Sam Horowitz 3.0

Back from a few days of camping in the mountains of Pennsylvania. It’s shocking how quickly your patience grows when the cell phone persistently reads “no service.”

The human body is an adaptation machine. If you force it to do something a little harder than it has had to do recently, it will respond — afterward, while you rest — by changing enough to be able to do that new hard task more comfortably next time. This is known as the progressive overload principle. All athletic training involves manipulating that principle through small, steady increases in weight, speed, distance or whatever.
From Fitness Crazed in May 24th’s NYTimes. HT to Jordan Rapp for pointing it out! 
Any fool can be ebullient in victory, but only an aristocrat is undaunted by defeat.
Sports Illustrated 7/06/14
“Where are They Now - Ernie Banks”
Q2 Office Market Shows Positive Signs vs Demand For New Jersey Office Space Countered by Additional Vacancies.
Both articles are saying essentially the same thing… leasing activity has increased and hiring has accelerated, but it’s not really making a dent in the significant vacancy across the state. #cre

Q2 Office Market Shows Positive Signs vs Demand For New Jersey Office Space Countered by Additional Vacancies.

Both articles are saying essentially the same thing… leasing activity has increased and hiring has accelerated, but it’s not really making a dent in the significant vacancy across the state. #cre

I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.
Thomas Jefferson (maybe?)
npr:

"Sushi’s Secret: Why We Get Hooked On Raw Fish"
via @NPRFood and @FoodieScience

skunkbear:

You can hear Geoff Brumfiel's full story about cosmic microwave background (the thermal radiation left over from the Big Bang) here.

I’ve seen the facility and antenna. It’s old and broken down now, but still an unbelievable feat of engineering and physics.

From Jim Henson: The Biography by Brian Jay Jones.
(In addition to being a great quote about parenthood, this satisfies my #terps pride as well… Henson was a fellow UMD alum.)

From Jim Henson: The Biography by Brian Jay Jones.

(In addition to being a great quote about parenthood, this satisfies my #terps pride as well… Henson was a fellow UMD alum.)

Took my kids to moma. Never too early to introduce them to great art, and we didn’t get thrown out!

Took my kids to moma. Never too early to introduce them to great art, and we didn’t get thrown out!

Between saying and doing many a pair of shoes is worn out.
Italian proverb