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  12.  <updated>2019-06-20T14:11:00-07:00</updated>
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  14.    <updated>2019-06-20T14:11:00-07:00</updated>
  15.    <published>2019-06-20T14:11:00-07:00</published>
  16.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/171/t1/happy-14th-microformats-org" rel="alternate" title="🎂 Happy 14th #microformats.org!  Last year: #microformats2 parsing: http://microformats.org/wiki/microformats2-parsing * id attr for frag links * img alt for #a11y (consumed by Brid.gy!) + #Perl parser! microformats.org/wiki/microformats2#Parsers  Prev: https://tantek.com/2018/171/t2/happy-13th-microformats-org" type="text/html"/>
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  22. #microformats2 parsing: http://microformats.org/wiki/microformats2-parsing
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  25. + #Perl parser! microformats.org/wiki/microformats2#Parsers
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  27. Prev: https://tantek.com/2018/171/t2/happy-13th-microformats-org</div>
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  30.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:space="preserve">🎂 Happy 14th #<span class="p-category auto-tag"><a class="auto-link" href="http://microformats.org">microformats.org</a></span>!<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Last year:<br class="auto-break"/>#<span class="p-category auto-tag">microformats2</span> parsing: <a class="auto-link" href="http://microformats.org/wiki/microformats2-parsing">http://microformats.org/wiki/microformats2-parsing</a><br class="auto-break"/>* id attr for frag links<br class="auto-break"/>* img alt for #<span class="p-category auto-tag">a11y</span> (consumed by <a class="auto-link" href="http://Brid.gy">Brid.gy</a>!)<br class="auto-break"/>+ #<span class="p-category auto-tag">Perl</span> parser! <a class="auto-link" href="http://microformats.org/wiki/microformats2#Parsers">microformats.org/wiki/microformats2#Parsers</a><br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Prev: <a class="auto-link" href="https://tantek.com/2018/171/t2/happy-13th-microformats-org">https://tantek.com/2018/171/t2/happy-13th-microformats-org</a></div>
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  35.    <updated>2019-06-16T18:40:00-07:00</updated>
  36.    <published>2019-06-16T18:40:00-07:00</published>
  37.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/167/t1/finished-second-doubledipsea" rel="alternate" title="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_h06kVHn8PZqRPAR1stEKUjb5-sYMnZUUxbYtBMwvo4M.jpg (Tantek about to eat an It’s It after finishing the Double Dipsea race, trees, other runners, and race tents behind him) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_h06kVHn8PZqRPAR1stEKUjb5-sYMnZUUxbYtBMwvo4M.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_TBsGpsdDTEwdyZz4u0MZP-OqF8Bqfbx0ESx_Ol7V4Pg.jpg (Perry and Tantek near the Double Dipsea race start, Tantek behind the yellow ribbon, race starting area behind them) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_TBsGpsdDTEwdyZz4u0MZP-OqF8Bqfbx0ESx_Ol7V4Pg.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_L3FqxK4sSlVmcdlQCuG6zieiRmbZry7k6V0zfceZl_g.jpg (Tantek selfie behind a bunch of other guys preparing to start their wave at the Double Dipsea race) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_L3FqxK4sSlVmcdlQCuG6zieiRmbZry7k6V0zfceZl_g.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_vwId7Nh3wFTguuaIWbAGpZLOcYbM7azJVodxHcBQyus.jpg (Tantek grinning, running, after having just crossed a bridge in the enchanted forest) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_vwId7Nh3wFTguuaIWbAGpZLOcYbM7azJVodxHcBQyus.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_SfUp-zfXbBsNqWzmWDAjvg0xejGpp51kEF5_30tZnJ4.jpg (Tantek kicking hard at the Double Dipsea finish line, under a red, white, &amp; blue arch) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_SfUp-zfXbBsNqWzmWDAjvg0xejGpp51kEF5_30tZnJ4.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_rvuYyOtVe_SPLS2qP-3Fyx2XPRV3VncYQgPdvP1ljA4.jpg (Tantek stopping his running watch just after crossing the Double Dipsea finish line) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_rvuYyOtVe_SPLS2qP-3Fyx2XPRV3VncYQgPdvP1ljA4.jpg Finished my second #DoubleDipsea #race yesterday in 3:56:17!  Goals achieved:  ✅ Finished strong ✅ Beat last year’s time by 3+ minutes, finished 615th of 706, and in time for an It’s It! (1). Started minutes before pal Perry (2 📷 Lily), at the back of my age group (3), knowing I’d start slow to warm-up.   The blanket of fog kept the sun off us, and made for surreal views. The mist was so thick in the forest that it rained. Swept through the Cardiac hill aid-station with only a brief stop to top off my water, and dove into the downhill. Everything felt faster this time, set my second fastest time down the Dipsea stairs, despite having to thread between other descenders, and those making their way up. Turn right-around at the Mill Valley aid-station cones without stopping, heard someone yell my bib number.  The Dipsea stairs ascent was hard, pushing to take them two at a time. Got passed by a few of the folks I’d passed on the way down, who I’d pass again on the final climb to Cardiac. Refilled my water bottle at the top and popped in a Nuun tablet. Ate a couple of salty potato chips, and drank two half-paper-cups of Coca-Cola (which tasted way better than I expected). Checked my watch and sped-off, knowing I’d have to push to finish under 4 hours.  Felt great cruising down the still foggy trails and through the enchanted forest. I was happy to see the photographer after the bridge (4 📷  Andrew Ng). Kept picking up the pace as much as I could, and passing many more runners up Insult hill and down towards Stinson Beach. Across the road and on the last bit of pavement, I saw a runner about 100 yards in front of me. He must have heard me because he turned around and picked up his pace. Pushed hard anyway, didn’t catch him, still kicked strong to the finish (5 📷  Monica Zorman). Stopped my watch just after (6 📷  Monica Zorman), and caught my breath which read just over four hours. Only after walking back around the finish and seeing the clock read 3:57 and change did I realize I’d forgotten about the handicap adjustment. I’d beaten my time from last year!  #dserunners #optoutside #getoutside #raceeverything #trail #runners #run #trails #runner #trailrun #Dipsea #50ktraining #fitstrongfierce #Stinsonbeach #Marin #California #yestergram #latergram #nofilter #2019_166  Photos from CrowdPic: * 4 https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=5268&amp;photoId=597037  * 5 https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601506  * 6 https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601508   Previously, previously: * https://tantek.com/2019/071/t2/signed-up-doubledipsea * https://tantek.com/2018/168/t1/finished-first-doubledipsea" type="text/html"/>
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  43. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_vwId7Nh3wFTguuaIWbAGpZLOcYbM7azJVodxHcBQyus.jpg (Tantek grinning, running, after having just crossed a bridge in the enchanted forest) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_vwId7Nh3wFTguuaIWbAGpZLOcYbM7azJVodxHcBQyus.jpg
  44. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_SfUp-zfXbBsNqWzmWDAjvg0xejGpp51kEF5_30tZnJ4.jpg (Tantek kicking hard at the Double Dipsea finish line, under a red, white, &amp; blue arch) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_SfUp-zfXbBsNqWzmWDAjvg0xejGpp51kEF5_30tZnJ4.jpg
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  46. Finished my second #DoubleDipsea #race yesterday in 3:56:17!
  47. Goals achieved:
  48. ✅ Finished strong
  49. ✅ Beat last year’s time by 3+ minutes, finished 615th of 706, and in time for an It’s It! (1). Started minutes before pal Perry (2 📷 Lily), at the back of my age group (3), knowing I’d start slow to warm-up.
  50.  
  51. The blanket of fog kept the sun off us, and made for surreal views. The mist was so thick in the forest that it rained. Swept through the Cardiac hill aid-station with only a brief stop to top off my water, and dove into the downhill. Everything felt faster this time, set my second fastest time down the Dipsea stairs, despite having to thread between other descenders, and those making their way up. Turn right-around at the Mill Valley aid-station cones without stopping, heard someone yell my bib number.
  52.  
  53. The Dipsea stairs ascent was hard, pushing to take them two at a time. Got passed by a few of the folks I’d passed on the way down, who I’d pass again on the final climb to Cardiac. Refilled my water bottle at the top and popped in a Nuun tablet. Ate a couple of salty potato chips, and drank two half-paper-cups of Coca-Cola (which tasted way better than I expected). Checked my watch and sped-off, knowing I’d have to push to finish under 4 hours.
  54.  
  55. Felt great cruising down the still foggy trails and through the enchanted forest. I was happy to see the photographer after the bridge (4 📷  Andrew Ng). Kept picking up the pace as much as I could, and passing many more runners up Insult hill and down towards Stinson Beach. Across the road and on the last bit of pavement, I saw a runner about 100 yards in front of me. He must have heard me because he turned around and picked up his pace. Pushed hard anyway, didn’t catch him, still kicked strong to the finish (5 📷  Monica Zorman). Stopped my watch just after (6 📷  Monica Zorman), and caught my breath which read just over four hours. Only after walking back around the finish and seeing the clock read 3:57 and change did I realize I’d forgotten about the handicap adjustment. I’d beaten my time from last year!
  56.  
  57. #dserunners #optoutside #getoutside #raceeverything #trail #runners #run #trails #runner #trailrun #Dipsea #50ktraining #fitstrongfierce #Stinsonbeach #Marin #California #yestergram #latergram #nofilter #2019_166
  58.  
  59. Photos from CrowdPic:
  60. * 4 https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=5268&amp;photoId=597037
  61. * 5 https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601506
  62. * 6 https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601508
  63. Previously, previously:
  64. * https://tantek.com/2019/071/t2/signed-up-doubledipsea
  65. * https://tantek.com/2018/168/t1/finished-first-doubledipsea</div>
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  68.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:space="preserve"><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_h06kVHn8PZqRPAR1stEKUjb5-sYMnZUUxbYtBMwvo4M.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Tantek about to eat an It’s It after finishing the Double Dipsea race, trees, other runners, and race tents behind him" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_h06kVHn8PZqRPAR1stEKUjb5-sYMnZUUxbYtBMwvo4M.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_TBsGpsdDTEwdyZz4u0MZP-OqF8Bqfbx0ESx_Ol7V4Pg.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Perry and Tantek near the Double Dipsea race start, Tantek behind the yellow ribbon, race starting area behind them" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_TBsGpsdDTEwdyZz4u0MZP-OqF8Bqfbx0ESx_Ol7V4Pg.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_L3FqxK4sSlVmcdlQCuG6zieiRmbZry7k6V0zfceZl_g.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Tantek selfie behind a bunch of other guys preparing to start their wave at the Double Dipsea race" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_L3FqxK4sSlVmcdlQCuG6zieiRmbZry7k6V0zfceZl_g.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_vwId7Nh3wFTguuaIWbAGpZLOcYbM7azJVodxHcBQyus.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Tantek grinning, running, after having just crossed a bridge in the enchanted forest" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_vwId7Nh3wFTguuaIWbAGpZLOcYbM7azJVodxHcBQyus.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_SfUp-zfXbBsNqWzmWDAjvg0xejGpp51kEF5_30tZnJ4.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Tantek kicking hard at the Double Dipsea finish line, under a red, white, &amp; blue arch" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_SfUp-zfXbBsNqWzmWDAjvg0xejGpp51kEF5_30tZnJ4.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_rvuYyOtVe_SPLS2qP-3Fyx2XPRV3VncYQgPdvP1ljA4.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Tantek stopping his running watch just after crossing the Double Dipsea finish line" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_rvuYyOtVe_SPLS2qP-3Fyx2XPRV3VncYQgPdvP1ljA4.jpg"/></a>Finished my second #<span class="p-category auto-tag">DoubleDipsea</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">race</span> yesterday in 3:56:17! <br class="auto-break"/>Goals achieved: <br class="auto-break"/>✅ Finished strong<br class="auto-break"/>✅ Beat last year’s time by 3+ minutes, finished 615th of 706, and in time for an It’s It! (1). Started minutes before pal Perry (2 📷 Lily), at the back of my age group (3), knowing I’d start slow to warm-up. <br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>The blanket of fog kept the sun off us, and made for surreal views. The mist was so thick in the forest that it rained. Swept through the Cardiac hill aid-station with only a brief stop to top off my water, and dove into the downhill. Everything felt faster this time, set my second fastest time down the Dipsea stairs, despite having to thread between other descenders, and those making their way up. Turn right-around at the Mill Valley aid-station cones without stopping, heard someone yell my bib number.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>The Dipsea stairs ascent was hard, pushing to take them two at a time. Got passed by a few of the folks I’d passed on the way down, who I’d pass again on the final climb to Cardiac. Refilled my water bottle at the top and popped in a Nuun tablet. Ate a couple of salty potato chips, and drank two half-paper-cups of Coca-Cola (which tasted way better than I expected). Checked my watch and sped-off, knowing I’d have to push to finish under 4 hours.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Felt great cruising down the still foggy trails and through the enchanted forest. I was happy to see the photographer after the bridge (4 📷  Andrew Ng). Kept picking up the pace as much as I could, and passing many more runners up Insult hill and down towards Stinson Beach. Across the road and on the last bit of pavement, I saw a runner about 100 yards in front of me. He must have heard me because he turned around and picked up his pace. Pushed hard anyway, didn’t catch him, still kicked strong to the finish (5 📷  Monica Zorman). Stopped my watch just after (6 📷  Monica Zorman), and caught my breath which read just over four hours. Only after walking back around the finish and seeing the clock read 3:57 and change did I realize I’d forgotten about the handicap adjustment. I’d beaten my time from last year!<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>#<span class="p-category auto-tag">dserunners</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">optoutside</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">getoutside</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">raceeverything</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trail</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">runners</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">run</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trails</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">runner</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trailrun</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">Dipsea</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">50ktraining</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">fitstrongfierce</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">Stinsonbeach</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">Marin</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">California</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">yestergram</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">latergram</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">nofilter</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">2019_166</span><br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Photos from CrowdPic:<br class="auto-break"/>* 4 <a class="auto-link" href="https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=5268&amp;photoId=597037">https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=5268&amp;photoId=597037</a> <br class="auto-break"/>* 5 <a class="auto-link" href="https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601506">https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601506</a> <br class="auto-break"/>* 6 <a class="auto-link" href="https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601508">https://www.crowdpic.com/Double-Dipsea-2019?photographerId=7512&amp;photoId=601508</a><br class="auto-break"/> <br class="auto-break"/>Previously, previously:<br class="auto-break"/>* <a class="auto-link" href="https://tantek.com/2019/071/t2/signed-up-doubledipsea">https://tantek.com/2019/071/t2/signed-up-doubledipsea</a><br class="auto-break"/>* <a class="auto-link" href="https://tantek.com/2018/168/t1/finished-first-doubledipsea">https://tantek.com/2018/168/t1/finished-first-doubledipsea</a></div>
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  73.    <updated>2019-06-14T16:21:00-07:00</updated>
  74.    <published>2019-06-14T16:21:00-07:00</published>
  75.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/165/t1/speaking-indiewebsummit-jacky" rel="alternate" title="Excited to announce that @JackyAlcine will speak on Making the IndieWeb for All @IndieWebSummit 2019! (https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/942cb7b0-edef-4b38-b3d0-8c432f68c1b4)  He is https://jacky.wtf/ the independent developer &amp; creator of Koype for the #IndieWeb.  Sign-up: https://2019.indieweb.org/summit" type="text/html"/>
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  79.  
  80. He is https://jacky.wtf/ the independent developer &amp; creator of Koype for the #IndieWeb.
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  364.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/161/t1/empowering-makers-indieweb-summit" rel="alternate" title="@imogenheap nice meeting you @MozSF &amp; thanks @brianbehlendorf for introducing us! Appreciated Creative Passport focus on empowering makers — we’re hosting IndieWeb Summit @MozPDX June 29-30 https://2019.indieweb.org/summit for independent creators of all kinds!" type="text/html"/>
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  368. Appreciated Creative Passport focus on empowering makers — we’re hosting IndieWeb Summit @MozPDX June 29-30 https://2019.indieweb.org/summit for independent creators of all kinds!</div>
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  371.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:space="preserve"><a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/imogenheap">@imogenheap</a> nice meeting you <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/MozSF">@MozSF</a> &amp; thanks <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/brianbehlendorf">@brianbehlendorf</a> for introducing us!<br class="auto-break"/>Appreciated Creative Passport focus on empowering makers — we’re hosting IndieWeb Summit <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/MozPDX">@MozPDX</a> June 29-30 <a class="auto-link" href="https://2019.indieweb.org/summit">https://2019.indieweb.org/summit</a> for independent creators of all kinds!</div>
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  376.    <updated>2019-06-08T15:55:00-07:00</updated>
  377.    <published>2019-06-08T15:55:00-07:00</published>
  378.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/159/t1/sfrc-screentime-vs-greentime" rel="alternate" title="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_wgAGNtwenGx7SalmF0g9LbLn-ab-wqSqZIbZMF_DrCI.jpg (View of the Marin Headlands from Miwok north of Tennessee Valley) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_wgAGNtwenGx7SalmF0g9LbLn-ab-wqSqZIbZMF_DrCI.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_SCz6csygkoZAyDMHQZm1VNIP1k4H5RBYen1Kq9-OSf8.jpg (View from Coyote Ridge of the Marin Headlands with just the tip of San Francisco’s skyline peaking above.) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_SCz6csygkoZAyDMHQZm1VNIP1k4H5RBYen1Kq9-OSf8.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_nXh8CHZwpB9JcuC3X_HKRkQ4dy--ntssTun0k4pYCTM.jpg (View from Coyote Ridge of Mt Tam under a blue sky) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_nXh8CHZwpB9JcuC3X_HKRkQ4dy--ntssTun0k4pYCTM.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_JEc1eILUmMFBDShHauMdqbwkN1bNpQLuIz9IHjn47-Y.jpg (Coastal trail forking into Fox and Coastal trails, Marin Headlands in the background, with a bit of downtown San Francisco peeking above, and Sutra tower just left of center) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_JEc1eILUmMFBDShHauMdqbwkN1bNpQLuIz9IHjn47-Y.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_iv_JZWNq7Tj4CU_hBIflS2jYq6sa2aZo4461rsvF37c.jpg (Tennessee Beach looking north to the red brown rocky hill) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_iv_JZWNq7Tj4CU_hBIflS2jYq6sa2aZo4461rsvF37c.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_RlQgoJjy312gAAxiCJZLLV7cxQmaHYcUiO-bAXe6yho.jpg (Tennessee Beach with blue skies, blue ocean, and white surf) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_RlQgoJjy312gAAxiCJZLLV7cxQmaHYcUiO-bAXe6yho.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_8DiOoAIxTm0T65W-V4a4UpzSF0eAciTOkeE2oQ4n_K8.jpg (Looking down, standing on a coarse sandy beach with ocean surf lapping red trail shoes) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_8DiOoAIxTm0T65W-V4a4UpzSF0eAciTOkeE2oQ4n_K8.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_cvmpTXb4tjE3yj2l2QHBn85TmmfmDE0Eqon0ix8pfik.jpg (Rocky hill to the south of Tennessee Beach with just a bit of green on top) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_cvmpTXb4tjE3yj2l2QHBn85TmmfmDE0Eqon0ix8pfik.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_3VxFp_71GKNcaJZOv-d9auAMw-7ks8ed_yx36aLjENY.jpg (Lagoon ringed with green, amber hill behind it dotted with bushes, Pacific ocean in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_3VxFp_71GKNcaJZOv-d9auAMw-7ks8ed_yx36aLjENY.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_brUzD1VJtdXb3VzCyjH_8XqbXhA47EerHjFgRknw9fQ.jpg (Sunlight glistening on a lagoon, light green bushes in the foreground, dark green bushes on the hill in the back) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_brUzD1VJtdXb3VzCyjH_8XqbXhA47EerHjFgRknw9fQ.jpg 10+ miles at #SFRC today. #screentime vs #greentime. Have you gone outside today and filled your view with #green? (Hey @btconf friends!) It’s too easy when you’re tired, to just stay inside, going through screenfuls.   Flew back from Toronto last night, woke up at 06:00, awake, but tired. Picked up some coffee, and drove solo to #SFRC. Felt ok at the very start, yet awful just half a mile in. Kept pushing to the Tennessee Valley parking lot for a quick pit stop. Gathered myself and took off up #Miwok, feeling exhausted after 100 meters or so. Took deeper breaths, appreciated the sunshine, the blue skies, tried to distract myself with the nice green views(1).  Made it to the Miwok cut-off and decided I wasn’t doing the full SFRC route. Deciding to cut it short provided enough of a sense of relief to push extra hard the rest of the way to Coyote Ridge. Felt encouraged by the oncoming trail runners. After they passed I heard mountain bikers creeping up behind me, on a narrow single-track with a cliff off to the left? 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  381.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" class="if-your-feed-reader-displays-this-then-it-is-violating-the-Atom-spec-RFC-4287-section-4.2.14">(View of the Marin Headlands from Miwok north of Tennessee Valley) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_wgAGNtwenGx7SalmF0g9LbLn-ab-wqSqZIbZMF_DrCI.jpg
  382. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_SCz6csygkoZAyDMHQZm1VNIP1k4H5RBYen1Kq9-OSf8.jpg (View from Coyote Ridge of the Marin Headlands with just the tip of San Francisco’s skyline peaking above.) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_SCz6csygkoZAyDMHQZm1VNIP1k4H5RBYen1Kq9-OSf8.jpg
  383. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_nXh8CHZwpB9JcuC3X_HKRkQ4dy--ntssTun0k4pYCTM.jpg (View from Coyote Ridge of Mt Tam under a blue sky) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_nXh8CHZwpB9JcuC3X_HKRkQ4dy--ntssTun0k4pYCTM.jpg
  384. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_JEc1eILUmMFBDShHauMdqbwkN1bNpQLuIz9IHjn47-Y.jpg (Coastal trail forking into Fox and Coastal trails, Marin Headlands in the background, with a bit of downtown San Francisco peeking above, and Sutra tower just left of center) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_JEc1eILUmMFBDShHauMdqbwkN1bNpQLuIz9IHjn47-Y.jpg
  385. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_iv_JZWNq7Tj4CU_hBIflS2jYq6sa2aZo4461rsvF37c.jpg (Tennessee Beach looking north to the red brown rocky hill) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_iv_JZWNq7Tj4CU_hBIflS2jYq6sa2aZo4461rsvF37c.jpg
  386. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_RlQgoJjy312gAAxiCJZLLV7cxQmaHYcUiO-bAXe6yho.jpg (Tennessee Beach with blue skies, blue ocean, and white surf) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_RlQgoJjy312gAAxiCJZLLV7cxQmaHYcUiO-bAXe6yho.jpg
  387. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_8DiOoAIxTm0T65W-V4a4UpzSF0eAciTOkeE2oQ4n_K8.jpg (Looking down, standing on a coarse sandy beach with ocean surf lapping red trail shoes) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_8DiOoAIxTm0T65W-V4a4UpzSF0eAciTOkeE2oQ4n_K8.jpg
  388. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_cvmpTXb4tjE3yj2l2QHBn85TmmfmDE0Eqon0ix8pfik.jpg (Rocky hill to the south of Tennessee Beach with just a bit of green on top) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_cvmpTXb4tjE3yj2l2QHBn85TmmfmDE0Eqon0ix8pfik.jpg
  389. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_3VxFp_71GKNcaJZOv-d9auAMw-7ks8ed_yx36aLjENY.jpg (Lagoon ringed with green, amber hill behind it dotted with bushes, Pacific ocean in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_3VxFp_71GKNcaJZOv-d9auAMw-7ks8ed_yx36aLjENY.jpg
  390. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_brUzD1VJtdXb3VzCyjH_8XqbXhA47EerHjFgRknw9fQ.jpg (Sunlight glistening on a lagoon, light green bushes in the foreground, dark green bushes on the hill in the back) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_brUzD1VJtdXb3VzCyjH_8XqbXhA47EerHjFgRknw9fQ.jpg
  391. 10+ miles at #SFRC today. #screentime vs #greentime. Have you gone outside today and filled your view with #green? (Hey @btconf friends!) It’s too easy when you’re tired, to just stay inside, going through screenfuls.
  392.  
  393. Flew back from Toronto last night, woke up at 06:00, awake, but tired. Picked up some coffee, and drove solo to #SFRC. Felt ok at the very start, yet awful just half a mile in. Kept pushing to the Tennessee Valley parking lot for a quick pit stop. Gathered myself and took off up #Miwok, feeling exhausted after 100 meters or so. Took deeper breaths, appreciated the sunshine, the blue skies, tried to distract myself with the nice green views(1).
  394.  
  395. Made it to the Miwok cut-off and decided I wasn’t doing the full SFRC route. Deciding to cut it short provided enough of a sense of relief to push extra hard the rest of the way to Coyote Ridge. Felt encouraged by the oncoming trail runners. After they passed I heard mountain bikers creeping up behind me, on a narrow single-track with a cliff off to the left? What were they thinking? I hate to admit I was annoyed; focused it all into breathing and leaping up the trail faster than they could crank their low gears. Made it back to the main Miwok trail, breathing hard, and let them pass now that there was room to do so.
  396.  
  397. Ran up Coyote Ridge to the top and took in the views of the South, tips of the #SanFrancisco skyline poking up behind the #MarinHeadlands(2), and the North, clear views of #MtTam(3). Inspired, ran down Coyote Ridge to Fox in personal record time.
  398.  
  399. Paused at the Fox and Coastal fork(4), unsure which to take. Drawn to the sea, I ran down Coastal toward the beach. Tennessee Beach was so beautiful, blue sky gradients contrasting the red brown rocks to the north(5), bands of blue ocean and frothy surf to the west(6), rising up the coarse sandy shore(7). There was still a bit of green left on the hills to the south(8).
  400.  
  401. #Running back along the valley trail, I looked back to admire the lagoon ringed by lush greenery, the Pacific in the distance(9). As I turned, the sunlight glistening on the water caught my eye(10).
  402.  
  403. #Marin #trails #trailrun #trail #run #runner #50ktraining #optoutside #getoutside #fitstrongfierce #California #nofilter</div>
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Have you gone outside today and filled your view with #<span class="p-category auto-tag">green</span>? (Hey <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/btconf">@btconf</a> friends!) It’s too easy when you’re tired, to just stay inside, going through screenfuls. <br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Flew back from Toronto last night, woke up at 06:00, awake, but tired. Picked up some coffee, and drove solo to #<span class="p-category auto-tag">SFRC</span>. Felt ok at the very start, yet awful just half a mile in. Kept pushing to the Tennessee Valley parking lot for a quick pit stop. Gathered myself and took off up #<span class="p-category auto-tag">Miwok</span>, feeling exhausted after 100 meters or so. Took deeper breaths, appreciated the sunshine, the blue skies, tried to distract myself with the nice green views(1).<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Made it to the Miwok cut-off and decided I wasn’t doing the full SFRC route. Deciding to cut it short provided enough of a sense of relief to push extra hard the rest of the way to Coyote Ridge. Felt encouraged by the oncoming trail runners. After they passed I heard mountain bikers creeping up behind me, on a narrow single-track with a cliff off to the left? What were they thinking? I hate to admit I was annoyed; focused it all into breathing and leaping up the trail faster than they could crank their low gears. Made it back to the main Miwok trail, breathing hard, and let them pass now that there was room to do so.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Ran up Coyote Ridge to the top and took in the views of the South, tips of the #<span class="p-category auto-tag">SanFrancisco</span> skyline poking up behind the #<span class="p-category auto-tag">MarinHeadlands</span>(2), and the North, clear views of #<span class="p-category auto-tag">MtTam</span>(3). Inspired, ran down Coyote Ridge to Fox in personal record time.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Paused at the Fox and Coastal fork(4), unsure which to take. Drawn to the sea, I ran down Coastal toward the beach. Tennessee Beach was so beautiful, blue sky gradients contrasting the red brown rocks to the north(5), bands of blue ocean and frothy surf to the west(6), rising up the coarse sandy shore(7). There was still a bit of green left on the hills to the south(8).<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>#<span class="p-category auto-tag">Running</span> back along the valley trail, I looked back to admire the lagoon ringed by lush greenery, the Pacific in the distance(9). As I turned, the sunlight glistening on the water caught my eye(10).<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>#<span class="p-category auto-tag">Marin</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trails</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trailrun</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trail</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">run</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">runner</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">50ktraining</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">optoutside</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">getoutside</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">fitstrongfierce</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">California</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">nofilter</span></div>
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  411.    <updated>2019-06-04T21:23:00-07:00</updated>
  412.    <published>2019-06-04T21:23:00-07:00</published>
  413.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/155/t3/tam-almost-two-weeks-ago" rel="alternate" title="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_L3s0bClK7HnqvFh3GwYXWjaVo5cEeBR4EgGM4YT64V0.jpg (Tantek and Hannah sitting on top of Mt. Tam, bushes and rocks right behind them, clouds and hills below in the distance, partially visible San Francisco building tops poking through thick fog in the far distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_L3s0bClK7HnqvFh3GwYXWjaVo5cEeBR4EgGM4YT64V0.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_oppfTKHR6K-jD3Nc3vg6T_5syqZF-kduzQ4cNTAVGA4.jpg (Temelpa trailhead, trees and grass a mix of green and dull yellow) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_oppfTKHR6K-jD3Nc3vg6T_5syqZF-kduzQ4cNTAVGA4.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_cD3ngqwe7V0wnY-p5YLJDLqGvrN9UvxVufeabhBcAcU.jpg (Thin stretched clouds drape across a partly blue sky, over a fog covered San Francisco in the distance, hills and clouds below, a bush and few boulders in the foreground) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_cD3ngqwe7V0wnY-p5YLJDLqGvrN9UvxVufeabhBcAcU.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_O9Sm6tUGFYIgWTGjaXD4kjchwfdHvaF5Ze0HCDpATh8.jpg (The sun shining through an upper cloud layer, high above distant mountain peaks, themselves poking through lower clouds, a partially visible bay, and nearer hills, bushes and a rocky outcropping in the foreground) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_O9Sm6tUGFYIgWTGjaXD4kjchwfdHvaF5Ze0HCDpATh8.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_V00jMu76zIMyAffU860fVkFdCELgRLvY7yQRkgAw6wc.jpg (Tantek standing, mud and scrapes on left leg and right shin, standing on asphalt) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_V00jMu76zIMyAffU860fVkFdCELgRLvY7yQRkgAw6wc.jpg  #trailtuesdaythrowback to #running up (and down) Mt. Tam almost two weeks ago with pal Hannah (1). The #trails are not (2) as green as they were two months ago (tantek.com/t4zc1). After an 88:31 climb (tied my 2nd fastest time) to Mt. Tam’s East peak summit, I could barely see the tiny San Francisco skyline poking through a thick fog blanket (3). Looking East the sun was rising far above the horizon, already well on its way at 7:30am (4).  Chasing Hannah back down the hill was faster than a month ago, setting a PR on the first 1.6 miles of steep technical descent. With a gentler downhill, Hannah ran ahead and disappeared. I settled into a good rhythm and pace of my own, having become more familiar with these trails.  While enjoying the Tenderfoot trail forest, I noticed the ground felt squishier from the recent rains. The trail narrowed with a hill on one side and ravine on the other. Suddenly the earth gave way under my right foot, I felt my lower body start to rotate and fall downward in slow motion, impact the side of the ravine, and start sliding.  I remember thinking, how far am I going to slide, followed shortly by, I have to stop! I spun to press against the hill, threw my arms up, dug my hands &amp; fingers into the soft earth, slowing and stopping the slide. Took a few seconds to realize what happened, spit out some mud, and balance myself against the side of the hill to look up.  I’d slid ~20-30 feet down into the ravine. Nothing felt broken. I looked down and couldn't really see how far down I’d have to go. Looking back up I pressed against the nearly vertical earth for extra grip while I climbed up one limb at a time, holding on and pressing gently downward with the other three. Made it back up to the trail. Collected myself, scraped most of the mud off my body and water bottle, wiping off the top so I could drink what was left. Another self-inspection, lots of scrapes from left forearm, to thigh, and knee which was bleeding but didn’t hurt. Shock, I’m sure.  Ran down the rest of the trail, and onto Cascade road. I could start to feel the dirt stinging in my skin. Made it back to Equator coffee in downtown Mill Valley where Hannah was waiting. She checked to make sure I was ok, then took a photo at my request (5). Not pictured: my forearms muddy from elbow to wrist.  After wiping off a bit more, I drove us back to the city, went home, and scrubbed off all the mud &amp; dirt in the shower. Scrapes &amp; bruises, nothing broken, nothing sprained.  Despite the fall, I set my second fastest time for the Mt. Tam Loop.   Still learning to fall, still learning to get (crawl) back up and keep running.  #MountTam #Marin #trail #trailrun #run #TemelpaTrail #MtTamEastPeak #50ktraining #optoutside #getoutside #befierce #pushyourself #facethemountain #trailrash #fitstrongfierce #nofilter #latergram #20190523" type="text/html"/>
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  418. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_cD3ngqwe7V0wnY-p5YLJDLqGvrN9UvxVufeabhBcAcU.jpg (Thin stretched clouds drape across a partly blue sky, over a fog covered San Francisco in the distance, hills and clouds below, a bush and few boulders in the foreground) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_cD3ngqwe7V0wnY-p5YLJDLqGvrN9UvxVufeabhBcAcU.jpg
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  420. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_V00jMu76zIMyAffU860fVkFdCELgRLvY7yQRkgAw6wc.jpg (Tantek standing, mud and scrapes on left leg and right shin, standing on asphalt) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_V00jMu76zIMyAffU860fVkFdCELgRLvY7yQRkgAw6wc.jpg
  421.  
  422. #trailtuesdaythrowback to #running up (and down) Mt. Tam almost two weeks ago with pal Hannah (1). The #trails are not (2) as green as they were two months ago (tantek.com/t4zc1). After an 88:31 climb (tied my 2nd fastest time) to Mt. Tam’s East peak summit, I could barely see the tiny San Francisco skyline poking through a thick fog blanket (3). Looking East the sun was rising far above the horizon, already well on its way at 7:30am (4).
  423.  
  424. Chasing Hannah back down the hill was faster than a month ago, setting a PR on the first 1.6 miles of steep technical descent. With a gentler downhill, Hannah ran ahead and disappeared. I settled into a good rhythm and pace of my own, having become more familiar with these trails.
  425.  
  426. While enjoying the Tenderfoot trail forest, I noticed the ground felt squishier from the recent rains. The trail narrowed with a hill on one side and ravine on the other. Suddenly the earth gave way under my right foot, I felt my lower body start to rotate and fall downward in slow motion, impact the side of the ravine, and start sliding.
  427.  
  428. I remember thinking, how far am I going to slide, followed shortly by, I have to stop! I spun to press against the hill, threw my arms up, dug my hands &amp; fingers into the soft earth, slowing and stopping the slide. Took a few seconds to realize what happened, spit out some mud, and balance myself against the side of the hill to look up.
  429.  
  430. I’d slid ~20-30 feet down into the ravine. Nothing felt broken. I looked down and couldn't really see how far down I’d have to go. Looking back up I pressed against the nearly vertical earth for extra grip while I climbed up one limb at a time, holding on and pressing gently downward with the other three. Made it back up to the trail. Collected myself, scraped most of the mud off my body and water bottle, wiping off the top so I could drink what was left. Another self-inspection, lots of scrapes from left forearm, to thigh, and knee which was bleeding but didn’t hurt. Shock, I’m sure.
  431.  
  432. Ran down the rest of the trail, and onto Cascade road. I could start to feel the dirt stinging in my skin. Made it back to Equator coffee in downtown Mill Valley where Hannah was waiting. She checked to make sure I was ok, then took a photo at my request (5). Not pictured: my forearms muddy from elbow to wrist.
  433.  
  434. After wiping off a bit more, I drove us back to the city, went home, and scrubbed off all the mud &amp; dirt in the shower. Scrapes &amp; bruises, nothing broken, nothing sprained.
  435.  
  436. Despite the fall, I set my second fastest time for the Mt. Tam Loop.
  437.  
  438. Still learning to fall, still learning to get (crawl) back up and keep running.
  439.  
  440. #MountTam #Marin #trail #trailrun #run #TemelpaTrail #MtTamEastPeak #50ktraining #optoutside #getoutside #befierce #pushyourself #facethemountain #trailrash #fitstrongfierce #nofilter #latergram #20190523</div>
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  443.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:space="preserve"><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_L3s0bClK7HnqvFh3GwYXWjaVo5cEeBR4EgGM4YT64V0.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Tantek and Hannah sitting on top of Mt. Tam, bushes and rocks right behind them, clouds and hills below in the distance, partially visible San Francisco building tops poking through thick fog in the far distance" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_L3s0bClK7HnqvFh3GwYXWjaVo5cEeBR4EgGM4YT64V0.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_oppfTKHR6K-jD3Nc3vg6T_5syqZF-kduzQ4cNTAVGA4.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Temelpa trailhead, trees and grass a mix of green and dull yellow" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_oppfTKHR6K-jD3Nc3vg6T_5syqZF-kduzQ4cNTAVGA4.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_cD3ngqwe7V0wnY-p5YLJDLqGvrN9UvxVufeabhBcAcU.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Thin stretched clouds drape across a partly blue sky, over a fog covered San Francisco in the distance, hills and clouds below, a bush and few boulders in the foreground" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_cD3ngqwe7V0wnY-p5YLJDLqGvrN9UvxVufeabhBcAcU.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_O9Sm6tUGFYIgWTGjaXD4kjchwfdHvaF5Ze0HCDpATh8.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="The sun shining through an upper cloud layer, high above distant mountain peaks, themselves poking through lower clouds, a partially visible bay, and nearer hills, bushes and a rocky outcropping in the foreground" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_O9Sm6tUGFYIgWTGjaXD4kjchwfdHvaF5Ze0HCDpATh8.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure u-bridgy-flickr-photo" href="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_V00jMu76zIMyAffU860fVkFdCELgRLvY7yQRkgAw6wc.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Tantek standing, mud and scrapes on left leg and right shin, standing on asphalt" src="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_V00jMu76zIMyAffU860fVkFdCELgRLvY7yQRkgAw6wc.jpg"/></a><br class="auto-break"/>#<span class="p-category auto-tag">trailtuesdaythrowback</span> to #<span class="p-category auto-tag">running</span> up (and down) Mt. Tam almost two weeks ago with pal Hannah (1). The #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trails</span> are not (2) as green as they were two months ago (<a class="auto-link" href="http://tantek.com/t4zc1">tantek.com/t4zc1</a>). After an 88:31 climb (tied my 2nd fastest time) to Mt. Tam’s East peak summit, I could barely see the tiny San Francisco skyline poking through a thick fog blanket (3). Looking East the sun was rising far above the horizon, already well on its way at 7:30am (4).<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Chasing Hannah back down the hill was faster than a month ago, setting a PR on the first 1.6 miles of steep technical descent. With a gentler downhill, Hannah ran ahead and disappeared. I settled into a good rhythm and pace of my own, having become more familiar with these trails.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>While enjoying the Tenderfoot trail forest, I noticed the ground felt squishier from the recent rains. The trail narrowed with a hill on one side and ravine on the other. Suddenly the earth gave way under my right foot, I felt my lower body start to rotate and fall downward in slow motion, impact the side of the ravine, and start sliding.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>I remember thinking, how far am I going to slide, followed shortly by, I have to stop! I spun to press against the hill, threw my arms up, dug my hands &amp; fingers into the soft earth, slowing and stopping the slide. Took a few seconds to realize what happened, spit out some mud, and balance myself against the side of the hill to look up.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>I’d slid ~20-30 feet down into the ravine. Nothing felt broken. I looked down and couldn't really see how far down I’d have to go. Looking back up I pressed against the nearly vertical earth for extra grip while I climbed up one limb at a time, holding on and pressing gently downward with the other three. Made it back up to the trail. Collected myself, scraped most of the mud off my body and water bottle, wiping off the top so I could drink what was left. Another self-inspection, lots of scrapes from left forearm, to thigh, and knee which was bleeding but didn’t hurt. Shock, I’m sure.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Ran down the rest of the trail, and onto Cascade road. I could start to feel the dirt stinging in my skin. Made it back to Equator coffee in downtown Mill Valley where Hannah was waiting. She checked to make sure I was ok, then took a photo at my request (5). Not pictured: my forearms muddy from elbow to wrist.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>After wiping off a bit more, I drove us back to the city, went home, and scrubbed off all the mud &amp; dirt in the shower. Scrapes &amp; bruises, nothing broken, nothing sprained.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Despite the fall, I set my second fastest time for the Mt. Tam Loop. <br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>Still learning to fall, still learning to get (crawl) back up and keep running.<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>#<span class="p-category auto-tag">MountTam</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">Marin</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trail</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trailrun</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">run</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">TemelpaTrail</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">MtTamEastPeak</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">50ktraining</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">optoutside</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">getoutside</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">befierce</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">pushyourself</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">facethemountain</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">trailrash</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">fitstrongfierce</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">nofilter</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">latergram</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">20190523</span></div>
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  447.  <entry>
  448.    <updated>2019-06-03T14:29:00-07:00</updated>
  449.    <published>2019-06-03T14:29:00-07:00</published>
  450.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/154/t2/mozilla-help-table-layout" rel="alternate" title="https://wiki.mozilla.org/images/f/f6/2019-154-mozto-table-layout.jpg (Cameron, David Baron, Emilio, and Tantek arranging actual physical tables in the main meeting room at Mozilla Toronto) https://wiki.mozilla.org/File:2019-154-mozto-table-layout.jpg https://wiki.mozilla.org/images/4/41/2019-154-mozto-csswg-tables.jpg (Conference tables laid out in a U-shape face the front of the room with podium, a row of standing tables behind, and couches off to one side) https://wiki.mozilla.org/File:2019-154-mozto-csswg-tables.jpg #Mozilla’s @davidbaron asked @heycam @ecbos_ and me (@t) to help him with table layout (1).  And the finished result (2).  @MozToronto preparing for this week’s @CSSWG meeting. #CSS #Tables #TableLayout" type="text/html"/>
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  453.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" class="if-your-feed-reader-displays-this-then-it-is-violating-the-Atom-spec-RFC-4287-section-4.2.14">(Cameron, David Baron, Emilio, and Tantek arranging actual physical tables in the main meeting room at Mozilla Toronto) https://wiki.mozilla.org/File:2019-154-mozto-table-layout.jpg
  454. https://wiki.mozilla.org/images/4/41/2019-154-mozto-csswg-tables.jpg (Conference tables laid out in a U-shape face the front of the room with podium, a row of standing tables behind, and couches off to one side) https://wiki.mozilla.org/File:2019-154-mozto-csswg-tables.jpg
  455. #Mozilla’s @davidbaron asked @heycam @ecbos_ and me (@t) to help him with table layout (1).
  456.  
  457. And the finished result (2).
  458.  
  459. @MozToronto preparing for this week’s @CSSWG meeting. #CSS #Tables #TableLayout</div>
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  462.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:space="preserve"><a class="auto-link figure" href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/File:2019-154-mozto-table-layout.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Cameron, David Baron, Emilio, and Tantek arranging actual physical tables in the main meeting room at Mozilla Toronto" src="https://wiki.mozilla.org/images/f/f6/2019-154-mozto-table-layout.jpg"/></a><a class="auto-link figure" href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/File:2019-154-mozto-csswg-tables.jpg"><img class="auto-embed u-photo" alt="Conference tables laid out in a U-shape face the front of the room with podium, a row of standing tables behind, and couches off to one side" src="https://wiki.mozilla.org/images/4/41/2019-154-mozto-csswg-tables.jpg"/></a>#<span class="p-category auto-tag">Mozilla</span>’s <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/davidbaron">@davidbaron</a> asked <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/heycam">@heycam</a> <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/ecbos_">@ecbos_</a> and me (<a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/t">@t</a>) to help him with table layout (1).<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/>And the finished result (2).<br class="auto-break"/><br class="auto-break"/><a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/MozToronto">@MozToronto</a> preparing for this week’s <a class="auto-link h-cassis-username" href="https://twitter.com/CSSWG">@CSSWG</a> meeting. #<span class="p-category auto-tag">CSS</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">Tables</span> #<span class="p-category auto-tag">TableLayout</span></div>
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  466.  <entry>
  467.    <updated>2019-06-03T02:29:00-07:00</updated>
  468.    <published>2019-06-03T02:29:00-07:00</published>
  469.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/154/t1/may-sfrc-trailrun-ups-downs" rel="alternate" title="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_aQs7Uq9JyEFBzANqT6263szLpPdnggsVYtGon0M4Vao.jpg (Deep green valley dotted with trees, bay and mountains in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_aQs7Uq9JyEFBzANqT6263szLpPdnggsVYtGon0M4Vao.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_AHx0kshgTEQVVlwjHCS7Q6KkMjTYeDfIBqYUjwEa8ls.jpg (Dense trees below the trail and up to the next hill, bay and a bridge in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_AHx0kshgTEQVVlwjHCS7Q6KkMjTYeDfIBqYUjwEa8ls.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_TeMLscsbNTiRaJHEUFmbWABchcTSObQz0ihyrilQ8mU.jpg (Wave breaking at Muir Beach under overcast skies) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_TeMLscsbNTiRaJHEUFmbWABchcTSObQz0ihyrilQ8mU.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_HVcTxHihOeIUNnFoRP9fMpJDMWM41Z0CIqTn5OAwrkk.jpg (Looking down shorts and trail shoes standing on the beach, the surf receding) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_HVcTxHihOeIUNnFoRP9fMpJDMWM41Z0CIqTn5OAwrkk.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_ZOW6TlTIYltIGvGrplM_hKso78OZXcojrynhQOuabLo.jpg (Looking up Marincello trail, grass on both sides, trees on the left side and in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_ZOW6TlTIYltIGvGrplM_hKso78OZXcojrynhQOuabLo.jpg 9 days ago, 13+ miles &amp; 2500' at the final May #SFRC #trailrun. May had many ups &amp; downs, emotionally &amp; literally like this #run. Started at Tennessee Valley, ran up Miwok to beautiful green valley views (1) and distant bridges (2). Turned left onto Dias Ridge, ran freely downhill til I tripped &amp; fell.  Somehow reacted quickly enough to roll towards the grassy edge, scraping only my right hand on gravel. Immediately got back up and kept running. Reached #Muirbeach (3), touched the #surf (4). Ran back up Coastal, down Fox, to the parking lot, just short of 13. Ran up #Marincello to finish my #trail #halfmarathon (5).  Tough but solid just two days after a Tam run, during which I also fell (down a ravine!) but that's another story.  #Marin #trails #runner #50ktraining #optoutside #getoutside #fitstrongfierce #MarinHeadlands #California #20190525 #latergram #nofilter" type="text/html"/>
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  472.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" class="if-your-feed-reader-displays-this-then-it-is-violating-the-Atom-spec-RFC-4287-section-4.2.14">(Deep green valley dotted with trees, bay and mountains in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_aQs7Uq9JyEFBzANqT6263szLpPdnggsVYtGon0M4Vao.jpg
  473. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_AHx0kshgTEQVVlwjHCS7Q6KkMjTYeDfIBqYUjwEa8ls.jpg (Dense trees below the trail and up to the next hill, bay and a bridge in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_AHx0kshgTEQVVlwjHCS7Q6KkMjTYeDfIBqYUjwEa8ls.jpg
  474. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_TeMLscsbNTiRaJHEUFmbWABchcTSObQz0ihyrilQ8mU.jpg (Wave breaking at Muir Beach under overcast skies) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_TeMLscsbNTiRaJHEUFmbWABchcTSObQz0ihyrilQ8mU.jpg
  475. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_HVcTxHihOeIUNnFoRP9fMpJDMWM41Z0CIqTn5OAwrkk.jpg (Looking down shorts and trail shoes standing on the beach, the surf receding) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_HVcTxHihOeIUNnFoRP9fMpJDMWM41Z0CIqTn5OAwrkk.jpg
  476. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/7679884_ZOW6TlTIYltIGvGrplM_hKso78OZXcojrynhQOuabLo.jpg (Looking up Marincello trail, grass on both sides, trees on the left side and in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/7679884_ZOW6TlTIYltIGvGrplM_hKso78OZXcojrynhQOuabLo.jpg
  477. 9 days ago, 13+ miles &amp; 2500' at the final May #SFRC #trailrun. May had many ups &amp; downs, emotionally &amp; literally like this #run. Started at Tennessee Valley, ran up Miwok to beautiful green valley views (1) and distant bridges (2). Turned left onto Dias Ridge, ran freely downhill til I tripped &amp; fell.
  478.  
  479. Somehow reacted quickly enough to roll towards the grassy edge, scraping only my right hand on gravel. Immediately got back up and kept running. Reached #Muirbeach (3), touched the #surf (4). Ran back up Coastal, down Fox, to the parking lot, just short of 13. Ran up #Marincello to finish my #trail #halfmarathon (5).
  480.  
  481. Tough but solid just two days after a Tam run, during which I also fell (down a ravine!) but that's another story.
  482.  
  483. #Marin #trails #runner #50ktraining #optoutside #getoutside #fitstrongfierce #MarinHeadlands #California #20190525 #latergram #nofilter</div>
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  491.    <updated>2019-06-01T23:56:00-07:00</updated>
  492.    <published>2019-06-01T23:56:00-07:00</published>
  493.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/152/t1/summer-coming-sfrc-trailrun-fog" rel="alternate" title="https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_jPz8dx-aPcQB1vcLpd8UJ90t0uTrH_iO-wSS7b7TiC0.jpg (Winding Miwok cut-off single-track trail with a hill on the left, and drop-off on the right, fog shrouded trees and hills in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_jPz8dx-aPcQB1vcLpd8UJ90t0uTrH_iO-wSS7b7TiC0.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_zAgXq_h_tsNBQTBaXvh_YclHXN5LBaLpSXBd2YwU2sE.jpg (Looking downhill on green bushes which disappear into a thick fog) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_zAgXq_h_tsNBQTBaXvh_YclHXN5LBaLpSXBd2YwU2sE.jpg https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_Pgcf9npCKUTpsw9tMOFxOWB66-6xQaVnAB9HJYGqr88.jpg (Looking back down Fox trail as it disappears into the fog) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_Pgcf9npCKUTpsw9tMOFxOWB66-6xQaVnAB9HJYGqr88.jpg  https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_hqeSZB6UXk96abuAq_8EQJDQQwaB_1-1lL_IcRsyIzY.jpg (Looking up Fox trail as it disappears into the fog) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_hqeSZB6UXk96abuAq_8EQJDQQwaB_1-1lL_IcRsyIzY.jpg ☁️⛰☁️ Summer is coming. 10+ miles of #SFRC #trailrun this morning under and through thick #fog. Miwok cut-off trail (1) with fog above, ahead, and below (2). Fox trail at the start: looking back downhill (3) and looking ahead uphill (4) appear similar thanks to fog blocking the sky and any distant hills. Temperatures lower than usual. Our #SanFrancisco summer is coming.  #Marin #trail #run #trails #runner #50ktraining #optoutside #getoutside #fitstrongfierce #MarinHeadlands #California #nofilter" type="text/html"/>
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  496.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" class="if-your-feed-reader-displays-this-then-it-is-violating-the-Atom-spec-RFC-4287-section-4.2.14">(Winding Miwok cut-off single-track trail with a hill on the left, and drop-off on the right, fog shrouded trees and hills in the distance) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_jPz8dx-aPcQB1vcLpd8UJ90t0uTrH_iO-wSS7b7TiC0.jpg
  497. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_zAgXq_h_tsNBQTBaXvh_YclHXN5LBaLpSXBd2YwU2sE.jpg (Looking downhill on green bushes which disappear into a thick fog) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_zAgXq_h_tsNBQTBaXvh_YclHXN5LBaLpSXBd2YwU2sE.jpg
  498. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_Pgcf9npCKUTpsw9tMOFxOWB66-6xQaVnAB9HJYGqr88.jpg (Looking back down Fox trail as it disappears into the fog)
  499. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_Pgcf9npCKUTpsw9tMOFxOWB66-6xQaVnAB9HJYGqr88.jpg
  500. https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/width960/476_hqeSZB6UXk96abuAq_8EQJDQQwaB_1-1lL_IcRsyIzY.jpg (Looking up Fox trail as it disappears into the fog) https://fastly.4sqi.net/img/general/original/476_hqeSZB6UXk96abuAq_8EQJDQQwaB_1-1lL_IcRsyIzY.jpg
  501. ☁️⛰☁️ Summer is coming. 10+ miles of #SFRC #trailrun this morning under and through thick #fog. Miwok cut-off trail (1) with fog above, ahead, and below (2). Fox trail at the start: looking back downhill (3) and looking ahead uphill (4) appear similar thanks to fog blocking the sky and any distant hills. Temperatures lower than usual. Our #SanFrancisco summer is coming.
  502.  
  503. #Marin #trail #run #trails #runner #50ktraining #optoutside #getoutside #fitstrongfierce #MarinHeadlands #California #nofilter</div>
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  741. 2 weeks after my account was mysteriously deleted: @4sqSupport restored all but profile photo &amp; last 3 days (May 15-17) checkins, unrecoverable per eng. team. Still unknown: how/why deletion happened, were others deleted?</div>
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  749.    <updated>2019-05-30T17:44:00-07:00</updated>
  750.    <published>2019-05-30T17:44:00-07:00</published>
  751.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/150/b2/w3c-needs-you-please-vote-change" rel="alternate" title="The @W3C Needs You: Please Vote For Change In The @W3CAB Election" type="text/html"/>
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  759. <p>
  760. <time datetime="2019-05-30T23:59-04:00">Tonight, 23:59 Eastern Time</time> (as is customary for W3C), is the deadline for voting.
  761. </p>
  762. <p>
  763. Please <strong><a href="https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/33280/ab20190502/">Vote in the 2019 W3C Advisory Board Election</a></strong> (W3C Member-only link, only Advisory Committee members can vote).
  764. </p>
  765. <p>
  766. My fellow <strong title="The Advisory Board advises the W3C CEO and team on process, governance, licensing, community, any other non-technical matters">Advisory Board</strong> (AB) candidates and additional members of the <a class="h-card" href="https://www.w3.org/"><abbr title="World Wide Web Consortium">W3C</abbr></a> Community have shared their thoughts on the AB election, some on their blogs, and some on W3C Member only list(s).
  767. </p>
  768. <p>
  769. It is very important that you explicitly rank candidates according to what is most important to you due to the way the current W3C <abbr title="single transferable vote">STV</abbr> mechanism is interpreted and implemented by the W3C Team. Past STV elections have shown that a Ranked 1 vote is crucial to candidates, Ranked 2 may have some impact, and the likelihood of effect drops off precipitously from there (though you should still rank at least a few more, ideally all candidates, just in case).
  770. </p>
  771. <p>
  772. I’ve previously stated why I think W3C is facing several existential crises, how I will do my best to help W3C during this crucial time of transition, and thus ask for your Ranked 1 vote:
  773. </p>
  774. <ul>
  775. <li><a href="https://www.w3.org/2019/05/02-ab-nominations#tc">My official Advisory Board nomination statement</a></li>
  776. <li>Blog post: <a href="https://tantek.com/2019/148/b1/running-for-w3c-advisory-board">I Am Running For The @W3C Advisory Board (@W3CAB)</a></li>
  777. </ul>
  778. <p>
  779. The AB has seven open spots in this election, so I will recommend six others for your consideration of a Ranked 1 vote.
  780. </p>
  781. <p>
  782. Each of these candidates has many strengths, I am highlighting just one or two, depending on what may be most important to help steer the W3C in the next two years. Each of these candidates has many more strengths. Ordered by those with their own posts/blogs first (then by full name).
  783. </p>
  784. <h2>If web developer perspective is most important to you, choose Aaron Gustafson as Ranked 1</h2>
  785. <p>
  786. Aaron has worked as a profession web developer, written several well regarded books on web development, and spoken with &amp; taught numerous web developers. Of all candidates he brings the most modern and most aware perspective of what matters to web developers today on the web, and what standards the W3C must prioritize in order to better serve today and tomorrow’s web development community, the community that builds the web you and I depend on day-to-day. <a href="https://www.aaron-gustafson.com/notebook/im-running-for-the-w3c-advisory-board/">Read his blog post for more</a>
  787. </p>
  788. <h2>If experience is most important to you, choose Chris Wilson as Ranked 1</h2>
  789. <p>
  790. Chris Wilson has been working on the web for over 25 years, more than any other candidate. He has written code in web browsers, written specifications, chaired working groups, and served for five years on the Advisory Board. He has more experience, and a broader perspective, across more companies essential to the evolution of the web, than any other canidate. <a href="https://cwilso.com/2019/05/17/please-vote-for-me-as-your-first-choice-for-the-w3c-advisory-board/">See his post for more</a>
  791. </p>
  792. <h2>If bold directness &amp; standing up to W3C Management is most important to you, choose Elika Etemad as Ranked 1</h2>
  793. <p>
  794. I have had the good fortune of working with Elika (AKA <em>fantasai</em>) for numerous years in the CSS Working Group, have seen her contribute to invited W3C Advisory Board discussions, and Advisory Committee meetings as well. She always brings a well considered, often bold, and always direct perspective. She brings a strength of commitment that is inspiring and I believe necessary to represent the needs of the web community especially when such needs require standing up to W3C Management. This will be an essential skill during W3C’s upcoming transitions. <a href="http://fantasai.inkedblade.net/weblog/2019/w3c-advisory-board-candidacy/">Read her blog post for more</a>
  795. </p>
  796. <h2>If accessibility is most important to you, choose Léonie Watson as Ranked 1</h2>
  797. <p>
  798. I have had the good fortune to work with Léonie Watson during my past tenure on the Advisory Board. She has consistently brought a diverse and inclusive perspective in all our matters, especially making sure the AB was aware of accessibility implications of any number of policy decisions. <a href="https://tink.uk/">Read her blog for more</a>
  799. </p>
  800. <h2>If consensus building is most important to you, choose Alan Stearns as Ranked 1</h2>
  801. <p>
  802. I have also had the good fortune of working with Alan Stearns for many years. He has been an extremely effective chair of the CSS Working Group, a very large and diverse set of individuals with a variety of backgrounds, interests, and priorities, that is also extremely prolific. He has demonstrated time &amp; time again that when there is conflict, he is able to mediate a dialog to find common ground, find fair ways to resolve differences, or often get parties to defer when progress can be made regardless.
  803. </p>
  804. <h2>If Chinese standards efforts representation is most important to you, choose Judy (Hongru) Zhu as Ranked 1</h2>
  805. <p>
  806. While I was on the Advisory Board, I got to know Judy and very much appreciate her participation. She brought key insights with regards to the interactions of global standards efforts, especially with standards efforts in China. I believe these insights have helped the governance of W3C, and W3C’s goals of producing truly global standards.
  807. </p>
  808.  
  809. <h2>Thank you Natasha and Mike</h2>
  810. <p>
  811. Huge thanks to Advisory Board incumbents Natasha and Mike for their service. I am glad I got a chance to work with Natasha and Mike on the AB. Natasha provided a refreshing perspective and I hope she considers running for the AB in the future. Mike has served on the AB for a very long time, and demonstrated the ability to actively evolve the AB, the W3C, and forge a productive relationship with the WHATWG (as noted in the recenty announced <a href="https://www.w3.org/blog/2019/05/w3c-and-whatwg-to-work-together-to-advance-the-open-web-platform/"><abbr title="Memorandum of Understanding">MoU</abbr></a>). Both Mike and Natasha set good examples for whoever is next elected to the AB.
  812. </p>
  813.  
  814. <h2>Please vote!</h2>
  815. <p>
  816. Go <strong><a href="https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/33280/ab20190502/">Vote in the 2019 W3C Advisory Board Election</a></strong> (W3C Member-only link, only Advisory Committee members can vote).
  817. </p>
  818. <p>
  819. If you have already voted, thank you for voting. If you have not, please take the few minutes to do so. In either case please consider the above candidates for their strengths and consider (re)ranking accordingly. Thank you for your consideration.
  820. </p>
  821.  
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  828.    <updated>2019-05-29T23:59:00-07:00</updated>
  829.    <published>2019-05-29T23:59:00-07:00</published>
  830.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/163/e1/homebrew-website-club-sf" rel="alternate" title="Homebrew Website Club SF!" type="text/html"/>
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  838. <p>
  839. When: <time class="dt-start dtstart">2019-06-12 17:30</time>…<time class="dt-end dtend">19:30</time>
  840. <span style="display:block">
  841. Where: <a class="u-location h-card location" href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/SF">Mozilla San Francisco</a>
  842. </span>
  843. Host: <a class="u-organizer h-card" href="http://tantek.com/">Tantek Çelik</a>
  844. </p>
  845. <div class="p-summary description">
  846. <p>
  847. 17:30: Optional writing hour and socializing<br/>
  848. 18:30: IndieWeb demos and hack night!<br/>
  849. </p>
  850. <p><img class="u-featured" style="max-width:100%;width:100%;height:300px;object-fit:cover;object-position:50% 40%" src="https://indieweb.org/images/b/b1/2017-hwc-80s-retro.jpg" alt="Homebrew Website Club retro 1980s-style logo"/></p>
  851. <p>Topics for this week:</p>
  852. <ul>
  853. <li>Recent IndieWebCamps!
  854. <ul>
  855. <li><a href="https://indieweb.org/2019/Berlin">IndieWebCamp Berlin</a></li>
  856. <li><a href="https://indieweb.org/2019/Düsseldorf">IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf</a></li>
  857. <li><a href="https://indieweb.org/2019/Utrecht">IndieWebCamp Utrecht</a></li>
  858. </ul>
  859. </li>
  860. <li><a href="https://vimeo.com/336343886">Take Back Your Web</a> talk at Beyond Tellerand Düsseldorf</li>
  861. <li><a href="https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/can-indie-social-media-save-us">The New Yorker: Can Indie Social Media Save Us</a></li>
  862. <li>Demos of personal website breakthroughs</li>
  863. <li>Create or update your personal web site!</li>
  864. <li>Sign-up for the <a href="https://2019.indieweb.org/summit">2019 IndieWeb Summit!</a></li>
  865. </ul>
  866. <p>
  867. Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site, or are interested in a healthy, independent web!
  868. </p>
  869. <p>
  870. Any questions? Ask in
  871. <a href="https://indieweb.org/discuss">#indieweb Slack or IRC</a>
  872. </p>
  873. <p>
  874. More information:
  875. <a class="u-url" href="https://indieweb.org/events/2019-06-12-homebrew-website-club">IndieWeb Wiki Event Page</a>
  876. </p>
  877. <p>
  878. RSVP: <!-- <a class="u-syndication" href="https://www.facebook.com/events/696256410773385/">on the Facebook event</a> or--> post an <a href="https://indieweb.org/rsvp">indie RSVP</a> on your own site!
  879. </p>
  880. </div>
  881. </div>
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  886.  <entry>
  887.    <updated>2019-05-28T23:45:00-07:00</updated>
  888.    <published>2019-05-28T23:45:00-07:00</published>
  889.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/148/b1/running-for-w3c-advisory-board" rel="alternate" title="I Am Running For The @W3C Advisory Board (@W3CAB)" type="text/html"/>
  890.    <id>https://tantek.com/2019/148/b1/running-for-w3c-advisory-board</id>
  891.    <title type="xhtml">
  892.      <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" class="if-your-feed-reader-displays-this-then-it-is-violating-the-Atom-spec-RFC-4287-section-4.2.14">I Am Running For The @W3C Advisory Board (@W3CAB)</div>
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  896.        <div class="entry-content e-content">
  897. <p>
  898. I am running for the <a class="h-card" href="https://www.w3.org/"><abbr title="World Wide Web Consortium">W3C</abbr></a> <strong title="The Advisory Board advises the W3C CEO and team on process, governance, licensing, community, any other non-technical matters">Advisory Board</strong> (AB). If you work on or care about open web standards, I am asking you, and in particular your W3C Advisory Committee representative, to vote me for as their #1 vote (due to the way the current W3C <abbr title="single transferable vote">STV</abbr> mechanism is interpreted and implemented by the W3C Team).
  899. </p>
  900.  
  901. <p>
  902. The web community depends on W3C as a key venue for open web standards development. We are in a period of transition and existential risks for W3C (detailed in my <a href="https://www.w3.org/2019/05/02-ab-nominations#tc">official Advisory Board nomination statement</a>). I bring both the experience (served on the AB for five years, 20+ years of first-hand standards work at W3C), and the boldness (created and drove numerous open reforms) necessary to work with an Advisory Board committed to modernizing W3C into a form that continues to support pragmatic &amp; responsive open standards development.
  903. </p>
  904.  
  905. <p>
  906. There are many highly qualified candidates running for the W3C Advisory Board in this election, with a variety of strengths and abilities.
  907. </p>
  908.  
  909. <p>
  910. I believe the most important issue for this election is the active modernization of W3C to both avoid its existential risks and hopefully refocus on its best qualities, providing an even better venue for modern open web standards development.
  911. </p>
  912.  
  913. <p>
  914. Now more than ever we need an active Advisory Board composed of individuals who have demonstrated that they are bold web-doers that can actively drive change at the W3C. This means they must both have experience with editing &amp; shipping broadly applicable specifications at W3C (ideally also experience with W3C processes), and have shown the initiative to teach themselves to pragmatically first-hand use the technologies of the web itself to express their work, i.e. using their own websites.
  915. </p>
  916.  
  917. <p>
  918. There are (currently) four additional AB candidates that have such experience and actively use the web itself to do their work. I encourage you to read their blog posts (or blogs in general) and vote for them as well:
  919. </p>
  920.  
  921. <ol>
  922. <li><a href="https://cwilso.com/2019/05/17/please-vote-for-me-as-your-first-choice-for-the-w3c-advisory-board/">Chris Wilson</a> (Google)</li>
  923. <li><a href="https://www.aaron-gustafson.com/notebook/im-running-for-the-w3c-advisory-board/">Aaron Gustafson</a> (Microsoft)</li>
  924. <li><a href="http://fantasai.inkedblade.net/weblog/2019/w3c-advisory-board-candidacy/">Elika Etemad</a> (AKA <em>fantasai</em>, W3C Invited Expert)</li>
  925. <li><a href="https://tink.uk/">Léonie Watson</a> (TetraLogical)</li>
  926. </ol>
  927.  
  928. <p>
  929. The deadline for votes is <time datetime="2019-05-30T23:59-04:00">23:59 Eastern (Daylight) Time, 30 May 2019</time>.
  930. </p>
  931.  
  932. <p>
  933. Please <strong><a href="https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/33280/ab20190502/">Vote in the 2019 W3C Advisory Board Election</a></strong> (W3C Member-only link, only Advisory Committee members can vote) for myself (preferably as "Ranked 1"), and at least the other abovementioned candidates (Ranked 2 through Ranked 5) in an order according to who you think has the experience, capabilities, and will to actively collaborate and drive positive changes at the W3C. Thank you for your consideration.
  934. </p>
  935.  
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  942.    <updated>2019-05-28T18:11:00-07:00</updated>
  943.    <published>2019-05-28T18:11:00-07:00</published>
  944.    <link href="https://tantek.com/2019/149/e1/homebrew-website-club-sf" rel="alternate" title="Homebrew Website Club SF!" type="text/html"/>
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  952. <p>
  953. When: <time class="dt-start dtstart">2019-05-29 17:30</time>…<time class="dt-end dtend">19:30</time>
  954. <span style="display:block">
  955. Where: <a class="u-location h-card location" href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/SF">Mozilla San Francisco</a>
  956. </span>
  957. Host: <a class="u-organizer h-card" href="http://tantek.com/">Tantek Çelik</a>
  958. </p>
  959. <div class="p-summary description">
  960. <p>
  961. 17:30: Optional writing hour and socializing<br/>
  962. 18:30: IndieWeb demos and hack night!<br/>
  963. </p>
  964. <p><img class="u-featured" style="max-width:100%;width:100%;height:300px;object-fit:cover;object-position:50% 40%" src="https://indieweb.org/images/b/b1/2017-hwc-80s-retro.jpg" alt="Homebrew Website Club retro 1980s-style logo"/></p>
  965. <p>Topics for this week:</p>
  966. <ul>
  967. <li>Recent IndieWebCamps!
  968. <ul>
  969. <li><a href="https://indieweb.org/2019/Berlin">IndieWebCamp Berlin</a></li>
  970. <li><a href="https://indieweb.org/2019/Düsseldorf">IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf</a></li>
  971. <li><a href="https://indieweb.org/2019/Utrecht">IndieWebCamp Utrecht</a></li>
  972. </ul>
  973. </li>
  974. <li><a href="https://vimeo.com/336343886">Take Back Your Web</a> talk at Beyond Tellerand Düsseldorf</li>
  975. <li><a href="https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/can-indie-social-media-save-us">The New Yorker: Can Indie Social Media Save Us</a></li>
  976. <li>Demos of personal website breakthroughs</li>
  977. <li>Create or update your personal web site!</li>
  978. <li>Sign-up for the <a href="https://2019.indieweb.org/summit">2019 IndieWeb Summit!</a></li>
  979. </ul>
  980. <p>
  981. Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site, or are interested in a healthy, independent web!
  982. </p>
  983. <p>
  984. Any questions? Ask in
  985. <a href="https://indieweb.org/discuss">#indieweb Slack or IRC</a>
  986. </p>
  987. <p>
  988. More information:
  989. <a class="u-url" href="https://indieweb.org/events/2019-05-29-homebrew-website-club">IndieWeb Wiki Event Page</a>
  990. </p>
  991. <p>
  992. RSVP: <!-- <a class="u-syndication" href="https://www.facebook.com/events/696256410773385/">on the Facebook event</a> or--> post an <a href="https://indieweb.org/rsvp">indie RSVP</a> on your own site!
  993. </p>
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