A Sunday in April
Weather was better than forecast. It’s been fairly dry. So today’s rain was a welcome change. But despite dark clouds and rain symbols on the Swiss Meteo app, the rain was over by lunch. Time for a bike ride. WOD: I cycled to Rheinfelden at a leisurely pace. Grenzach-Wyhlen – Herten – Rheinfelden – Kaiseraugst […]
“How Much Content Do You Need For B2B SEO Success?” http://selnd.com/1gCD1nN
For future reference: how much is enough ? #web #content http://t.co/6l2vSOO0do — ✁___CollectThisTweet (@nchenga) April 15, 2014 It’s something I need to look at for my day job. If you know of any background articles please let me know. Questions and thoughts to explore in this context: Maintaining multilingual B2B web content is time-intensive. More […]
Snapshot that i like
I saw these 2 dogs waiting outside a local supermarket.
Java Beach Cafe https://flic.kr/p/4KTi88
One of my San Francisco photos is in use on this website. Restaurants and such continue to cluster on east-west streets, such as Judah and Taraval. If you’re staying at one of the hotels by the park, you might appreciate such establishments as the Java Beach cafe, right next door to the Oceanview Motel on […]
Take the stairs
Stair climbing is officially classed as “vigorous exercise”, burns more calories per minute than jogging and improves cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength.
Today’s run #wod
My running plans experienced a setback earlier this week. I had to pause for a couple of days due to a sore throat and feeling feverish. But I’m feeling much better and I went for a slow run today. It went well. Yesterday I bought some jogging socks for my brand-new running shoes. BTW, if […]
For the #recipe backlog at Chiperoni
Here’s a cross-reference to yet another banana bread recipe. Banana cake to try http://t.co/tLHeI0KtPl — ✁___CollectThisTweet (@nchenga) April 13, 2014
Tulip snapshots for the boring flower set
Very boring. Wikipedia on tulips. Between 1634 and 1637, the enthusiasm for the new flowers triggered a speculative frenzy now known as the tulip mania. Tulip bulbs became so expensive that they were treated as a form of currency, or rather, as futures.