Monthly Archives: February 2009

SONY’s Stupid Piece of Shit That Doesn’t Do What The Goddam Thing It’s Fucking Supposed To….

My conehead bro Miguel sent me a link to possibly the funniest thing I’ve seen all year. But it’s only February.

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Miscellaneous Geek Stuff

Some miscellaneous geek stuff for my two main conehead brethren, MilesW from Kula and Miguel from Toronto. A better shot of the antenna arrays at the top of 3G’s crane. By sheer coincidence, the above two pictures fit together almost … Continue reading

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My Steed

Fun driving a car which is, in and of itself, a credential.

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Last Roundup At the Goat Rodeo

I’ve been just too exhausted and sleep-deprived to update in two days. Haven’t been eating, haven’t been sleeping, haven’t been properly hydrating, too bleary-eyed to see normally. I did manage to squeeze in a brief visit with my two über-cool … Continue reading

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Sometimes You’re The Windshield and Sometimes You’re The Bug…..

ID-ing Boonen (blue) and Cavendish (yellow) after leadout man pulls off using AKI PAINT. Tracking Boonen and Cavendish with the AKI PAINT tracking bubble. Greetings from Solvang, one of the strangest places I’ve seen inside the US. As I stated … Continue reading

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This One’s For You, Miguel

Some pikkies of the absurdly huge crane used by 3G Wireless to maintain microwave contact with the relay aircraft. The head of the crane has a motorized, gyro-stabilized, auto-seeking head to keep the antenna arrays aligned with the aircraft, which … Continue reading

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Mapping Graphics All Day Long

The GPS stuff worked all day long during today’s stage from San Jose to Modesto. VERSUS used the hell out of it. Every segment, sometimes twice per segment. Producer and I were sort of shaking our heads, because for 3 … Continue reading

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