Covid run

Literally. Exercise is quite difficult in a pandemic but I really need to manage.

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California is Driving the EV Revolution — Beautiful News

Unseen trends, uplifting stats, creative solutions — a new chart every day. From Information is Beautiful. — Read on informationisbeautiful.net/beautifulnews/ Hell yeah! I’m grateful for many things about San Diego and Southern California, and this is one more for the list. I charge my Bolt at work, continue to covet an EV bike (someday, a […]

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How to stop Spectrum junk mail and spam calls – The Verge

If you’re tired of getting junk mail from Charter Spectrum (formerly Time Warner Cable), here’s how you can opt in to Do Not Call, Do Not Email, Do Not Mail, and Do Not Knock in a single online form. While you’re at it, enable the rest of Spectrum’s privacy settings, which control how the ISP […]

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China Law Blog is outstanding

http://www.chinalawblog.com/2020/02/chinese-coronavirus-solution-more-government-control-trumps-more-medicine.html is about how Xi is responding to the coronavirus outbreak, but I’ve been reading their RSS feed for a few months and highly recommend it. It’s especially educational for anyone considering outsourcing to there, e.g. micro brand watchmakers. Go read about the IP on injection molds, for example.

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Coronavirus 2019-nCoV

Coronavirus 2019-nCoV — Read on gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html Epidemic/pandemic tracker, courtesy of Johns Hopkins.

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Quantified self

So I bought a heart rate sensor, the Polar OH1 Plus. (Based entirely on this epic review from DC Rainmaker.) I am curious about fitness and have been liking the 0.5Hz readings from the Motiv. So this new one should provide better data. And it has a VO2 max fitness test, which of course I […]

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