Month: July 2014
Forecasting Rain with a chance of Martian Invasion
Apparently the J.S. Marshall Radar Observatory at McGill University has an interesting feature in their Nowcasting algorithim can predict where the Martians might land when they invade. Fortunately they’re landing in northern Quebec so the mosquitos will get ’em before we even realize we’re being invaded.
Bucky Does it Again!
Google Maps for Android update adds elevation data for cyclists, let’s you talk back to Navigation
This is pretty cool.
via Google Maps for Android update adds elevation data for cyclists, let’s you talk back to Navigation.
What kind of train pass does a raccoon need from the #amt?
He came walking along the tracks then hopped the fence and disappeared into the brush.
Legion (Legion, #1)
This book is way too short. The style almost comical but the main character takes himself quite seriously. It was really fun to read and patrolling forward to the next story in the series.
Check out this book on Goodreads: Legion (Legion, #1) http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13452375-legion
I guess it was really windy last night!
A tree was blocking the path.
Lobster Dinner for two
Fresh lobster and fries from Five Guys!
These guys snuck up in the middle of the hostas.
Happy Canada Day! #selfie
Canada Day at Bourgeau park