Mountaineers/Climbers that have been to Yosemite, I need your advice.
I’m going to be near Yosemite soon, with two hikers that have reasonable experience with 4th class rock. Our plan is to introduce them to 5th class trad. What I have in mind is something with a variety of low 5th class routes like Mountaineers Dome near Leavenworth. Suggestions?
If you’re a Systems or Network Administrator and you have Windows PCs on your network, this How to find BOTs in a LAN article may be of interest.
I just made Pad Thai for the first time. The results were excellent, thanks to Leela’s thorough instructions over at shesimmers.com. I read all 5 pages a couple times. Then I corralled the missing ingredients from my local Asian market and assembled as instructed.
Notes to myself:
- The 2-burner carbon steel griddle is just right.
- Use ~25% less palm sugar.
- Use the food mill to make paste from the seedless Tamarind.
- Doubling is convenient (1/4 package of Tamarind, 1/2 of sauce, 9 oz. tofu), but fry it in two batches.
I can seldom remember which SSL ciphers to set up, which is why I’m so glad https://cipherli.st exists. That makes it so much easier to get an A rating on the SSL Labs security tests.
In a huge and stunning move, Tesla invites all comers to help themselves to Tesla’s patents: All Our Patents Are Belong You.
Elon is refreshingly candid, explaining exactly why, “Our true competition is not the small trickle of non-Tesla electric cars being produced, but rather the enormous flood of gasoline cars.”
In other words, Tesla gathered their patents to protect against competition from the market incumbents (Ford, GM, Toyota, VW, etc.) who are almost entirely disinterested in eCars. Instead, Telsa’s most worrisome problem is a lack of consumption. If Tesla and electric cars are to succeed long term, they need to disrupt gasoline powered cars. To accomplish that, they need a thriving marketplace with strong competitors pushing forward the state of the industry.
I want a Tesla Model X more than ever.