Mar, 2014 back to Dec, 2013: (nothing)
I need to write more regularly, but I won't continue with this "What I learned today" thing for more than a month.
The brand-new General Electric dryer I purchased this week from Sears needed replacement parts before it was even delivered.
When it's zero degrees outside, I'm best off wearing gloves for my run.
In under a year, I have improved from being the slowest swimmer in my triathlon club to being the median swimmer.
Rob Ford is, judging from his television publicity blitz, unlikely to become the acceptable mayor he never has been.
In Greece and Turkey, a popular sport is Free-diving, in which a person with no equipment can plunge 80 metres underwater and then resurface, with a single breath.
Nowadays, mining Bitcoins on a regular computer costs more in electricity than it generates in Bitcoins.
Bitcoin "mining" is a misleading name, and "solving math problems" is a misleading description. It should be called Bitcoin "banking": spending real-world resources to validate transactions and earning a fee in return.
No matter how many times I think I learn this lesson, trains in Canada are always slower than I expect.