I’m seeing some unexpected page views:
Flickr photos embedded in the old way are not showing in Google Chrome on Mac. But they are showing in Safari on the same machine. I disabled all my Chrome extensions except Lastpass, but the photos are still not loading.
This is how they are embedded:
<img alt="wildwuchs" src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4013/4460275447_fda2a3a9f2.jpg" width="333" height="500" />
Any ideas why the photos are not showing in Chrome on Mac?
Buffer published this article on setting up Twitter cards.
I started experimenting with Twitter cards a couple of weeks ago.
Via Leumund, I learnt that you can use Twitter cards for lead generation.
Mixing one of my Freiburg photos with some HTML and CSS:
Looks best on a 13″ or smaller. On larger screens, the photo doesn’t fill the whole space.
The original is here:
I got very lost in the Küttigen-Rombach-Aarau area yesterday. Google Maps sent me to the wrong place. I missed the event.
It was raining. I gave up. And walked back to Aarau.
I found a nice place to recover called Tuchlaube.
Next time I’ll try Gossip:
On my way back to the station I found a nice book store to browse thru.
Today I went for a nice 5 km in the sunset.
Not sure if I’m ready for a 10 km race by end of the month. I’ll decide this week.
I went for a short run this evening. Nothing to write home about. Simply trying to keep up with the regular running system. Nothing spectacular. Except that I saw a deer. A deer. In this urban part of north-west Switzerland.
I went for a slow run up the hill today. Two kilometres on the sawdust track and then further up the hill, all the way to the top. I don’t have any metrics to share because I haven’t jumped on the “quantified self” bandwagon. Yet.
My guess: more than 1 and a half hours and about 10 km.
Due to all the rain we had in the past week and the summer temperatures, it felt tropical. I like.
While running, my mind was busy answering emails and writing blog entries. That’s so weird. It shows: we need movement and fresh air to cope with all the data we’re consuming and processing.
A few days ago, I was searching through my blog and saw an old entry that I wrote about running in San Francisco and the advertising campaign at the time: These hills will chew you up. Run easy.
At the end, I did some stair climbing. There are many outdoor stairs along my route. Better than any gym.