On Working From Home

My job went full remote on March 9, 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic began to spread around the globe. I had hit the office over the weekend when the email...

Roadmap vs. Roadtrip

A recent episode of Under the Radar with Marco Arment and David Smith got me thinking some more about planning for the 2020 year as a Product Manager and how...


GVRAT By the Numbers

It ended up taking me 77 days to cross Tennessee (virtually). That’s probably 30 days faster than I would have guessed back in May.

GVRAT: It's all in the Math

When it comes to running 1,021km in four months, it all comes down to the math.

Managing a Big Mileage Increase

Going from about 25km a week to almost 100km a week over the span of just a month and a bit has meant walking a fine line between doing as...

Citystrides and Some Reasons to Run

Running 10km a day or more means I need some new places to run to stave off the boredom and expand my horizons. I turned to a website called Citystrides...

GVRAT Month Two Begins

It’s June 1 today and that ushers in the start of the second month of running in the Great Virtual Run Across Tennessee.

Virtually Running Across Tennessee

It’s been an interesting month of May. I started it by getting talked into running the Great Virtual Race Across Tennesee (GVRAT). It’s a 1,021km virtual run from one corner...

Some 2020 Running Plans

After a bunch of starts and stops over the last four months, it’s become clear to me that having a race on my calendar is the best way to get...


Making the Switch to Github Pages

I ditched both WordPress and traditional hosting to move the site over to Github Pages and Jekyll. I mostly wanted to learn more about how Github works, and also to...


Flight Tracking with ADSB

A few months back, before the COVID-19 pandemic basically destroyed air traffic, I set up a Raspberry Pi as an ADS-B feeder for aircraft data in my area.


Apple Beta Season is here

It’s June, so that means I’m probably being an idiot and installing the latest iOS beta on my phone.