Today was Leg Day and the last workout in Arnold Schwarzenegger's Blueprint, an 8-week workout program that he launched a few months ago. I had a great time doing it, although it took me more than 8 weeks to complete it, due to the various projects we're working on and the fact that we now … Continue reading Had a great time completing Arnold’s Blueprint
I thought it'd be worthwhile to take a photo from December 2012 and put it side-by-side with a photo taken this month (December 2013). If you'll remember from a previous post, I am a raw foodist. I was also slowed down for a couple of months by an ankle fracture which required two surgical interventions. … Continue reading Year-end progress report
I'm overdue to give my six week re-assessment of the RPM System -- two weeks late to be precise, since I started on May 18th. I've had good reasons: travel, and some heavy-duty work to get my wife's raw food recipe book ready for the printers. (I handled the photography, the layout and the design.) I … Continue reading After six weeks on the RPM System
Lamenting the absence of a practical, usable solar car... In an episode of The Raccoons which aired in 1985, entitled "The Evergreen Grand Prix", Cedric, one of the protagonists and Cyril Sneer's son, comes up with a design for an innovative solar car that Cyril promises to mass-produce in a new deal struck with a … Continue reading Where's the Solar Coaster when you need it?
In July 1866, after the successful completion of the project which undertook to lay a single undersea cable through the North Atlantic, from Newfoundland to Ireland, this following commemorative print was created: The Atlantic Cable was the idea of the New York merchant and financier Cirus W. Field, who wanted to communicate with Europe in … Continue reading The Atlantic Cable – Eighth Wonder of the World