“The Internet is probably the most important technological advancement of my lifetime. Its strength lies in its open architecture and its ability to allow a framework where all voices can be heard. Like the printing press before it (which states also tried to regulate, for centuries), it democratizes information, and thus it democratizes power. If we allow Congress to pass these draconian laws, we'll be joining nations like China and Iran in filtering what we allow people to see, do, and say on the Web. And we're better than that.”—Adam Savage
One America 500 Festival Mini Marathon
Good news: I did PR.
Bad news: I didn’t hit my goal
Good news: My garmin told me I hit my goal of 1:35 and change so I was really exicted.
Bad news: I forgot “Autopause” was on and it stopped timing for about 10 seconds while I
died drank some Gatorade.
Good news: It’s over and I don’t start training again until July 1st. Hopefully, I can fall in love with running all over again by not being on a schedule for a little while.
Bad news: Ouch
Good news: Pacers play in less than four hours.
Bad news: Ouch, again. :-)
That might be hard to read. Official time: 1:36:10.