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Outdoor entrepreneur, owner of Northwest Wind & Surf. Full-stack web developer for 15 years and IndieWeb contributor.

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This is my favorite new years resolution: Bring back your browser bar http://mashable.com/2017/12/27/browser-bar-url-facebook-bad/#k08SwFZ85mqa

Reposted André Staltz - A plan to rescue the Web from the Internet

There are legimately viable ways of preserving freedom on the Web while taking the platform forward and keeping it competitive against proprietary alternatives from tech giants.

Seward Solstive Trail Run (NWTR #3)

Seward Solstive Trail Run (NWTR #3)

Fun, challenging 4.2 mile course.  Really enjoying the trail running format and the well-run events from Northwest Trail Runs.

Came out too fast and had trouble on the last couple climbs, but overall it was a lot of fun.

Reposted Zebras Fix What Unicorns Break – Jennifer, Mara, Astrid & Aniyia – Medium

Magical thinking drives the startup economy — but we need a strong dose of reality.

Reposted the niche market (midi fighter 64 mashup)

Absolutely spotless MF64 set from Underscores

I love Dillinger, too. If you want to fire up a Dillinger (or more than one) you can use Sandstorm - see https://oasis.sandstorm.io/ for a quick intro.

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Starting in 2011, many national parks and monuments voluntarily banned sales of single-use bottled water. The results were amazing - 112,000 pounds of plastic saved. The department filed a report of the huge success in May and publicly released it last week. Why did Trump just rescind the ban? Maybe the $580,000 dollars of lobbying from the International Bottled Water Association had something to do with it. The most shocking part of this story: there's a thing called the International Bottled Water Association.