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I'll try and follow your articles! I started something similar in July (Wondy is also a big inspiration for me) and I've been going strong since! Working with a great female PT has been huge, as well as taking up ice hockey, so I look forward to seeing what your journey to taking control of your body looks like.
The Darude joke on Youtube! "add music", "auto darude" and auto correcting searches to "Sandstorm by Darude"!
Talk about a stealthy release... we knew it was coming soon but they didn't make any kind of furore over that.
Mucked around in HTML from when I was 13. Was taught basic scripts in Flash at 14, and learned MATLAB at uni at 18. I wish I was taught any coding in junior school :(
Once per year I sort through my photos and print my favourites for a physical album.
I get them in my legs first thing in the morning, as I'm stretching sometimes. It's not nice, and I can't really make sure to hydrate while I sleep :(
If you need help grasping concepts, PatrickJMT.com has basically helped me get through the worst parts of my university's maths subjects (for an engineer). He's really clear, breaks things down in multiple ways, and you can skip through the videos if he's going too slow. Perfect.
Haven't come across attachment styles before. That was an interesting read, as my bf and I are the opposites too.
All I wanna know about google glass is how well it'll work with those of us who are already bespectacle'd.
Facebook for interacting with my uni/work/life friends, almost exclusively people I've met face to face. Tumblr for loose friends I've made online, as that's mostly fandom related. Twitter is for fandom friends I've become closer with, and for celebrity tracking. Google + is basically unused, despite having so much promise. I sometimes update my LinkedIn, but there's not much to do there yet.
I maintain the opinion that Google+ would have had a much better time taking off if it hadn't had a frustrating invite-only stage that ended up driving people away.
Step one in making my life an Aaron Sorkin show
As someone that never really got to "click" well with Evernote, I'm enjoying Keep so far. It's simple enough to be exactly what I want. It irritated me how slow Evernote was on anything besides my phone...