Update 2/13/2012: It looks like some folks at the Seattle Times read my blog and put together this article in response. Check it out. Biking around a city can be a wild thing. It’s usually fun, sometimes a hassle, and occasionally just plain scary. But in Seattle, and I suspect in many other cities, it’s […]
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Entries by mdcalabro
I’ve gone on a lot of enjoyable adventures in recent years, and a few of those I’ve done on my own. Returning from a weekend in the snow and mountains with friends, I’m drawn to thinking about what makes an event or adventure special, and how it allows you to grow as a person. The […]
Snowpocalypse comes to Seattle. In this town, that translates into about five inches. It’s definitely enough to shut everything down, though. Especially living up on Capitol Hill where the roads are steep and narrow, transportation becomes impossible. Walk or stay home. The last week has been glorious. Maybe it’s my Vermont roots, but the snow […]
Welcome to my new Web Log. Herein lie stories and observations from a pretty fun and interesting life. Enjoy!
- Clustering Images with Autoencoders and Attention Maps April 5, 2018
- Short List for Healthy Living March 7, 2018
- Dichotomy and Integration October 2, 2017
- #015: 20-Minute Breath/Body/Heart Meditation September 1, 2017
- Taking the Plunge Part V: Sadness and Living September 1, 2017