Yesterday’s Thoughts

Archive for July, 2005

July 27, 2005


How many times will I relearn this lesson? Breathe. A full deep breath cause my abdomen to protrude and puts a spring in my step.

July 26, 2005

The Doors of Change

Yesterday I visited San Francisco City Hall. I went to get a business license and to file a fictitious business name statement from my new project, 67 Central Software. I set out to pursue a simple business errand, but I ended up at the center of dozens of changing lives. There were two offices involved […]

July 9, 2005

Shades of 2001

Once again Lance Armstrong and his team are in trouble. Ha. How many times are we going to have to read from that script. Every Tour de France Lance’s team, or Lance himself, appear to be in trouble, appear to be struggling around the stage 8 to 12. Lance struggling to keep up with Ulrich […]

July 5, 2005

Carnival of the Commenters

What do you do about commenters on your blog? I haven’t had that many people comment on any of my entries. Unaccountably, as I posted before, most of the comments are on my post about deciding to stop using Norton Anti-virus software. Comments on that post still continue to come in. The commenters want me […]

July 2, 2005

Tailwind Sports

Lance Armstrong put in a stellar performance today. He made up more than a minute on Jan Ulrich within 15 km, and placed second on the stage, 2″ behind David Zabriskie, but more importantly, 51″ ahead of his nearest rival. On OLN, Phil, Paul and Bob were considering the possibility that Lance had pulled up […]

July 1, 2005

An Unusual Inspiration

Lance Armstrong is one of the greatest athletes of all time. He is younger than I am, but I consider him one of my heroes and I strive to emulate him in many aspects of my life. The thing that I respect most about him is his incredible mental power and focus. Just looking at […]