pedscapades | tales | nat

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages
Filter by Categories
Accident
Alberta
Amazon Boat Journey
Argentina
Baikal
Bali
Belize
Bicycle buying guide
Bicycle Commuting in Singapore
Bike
Bike tours
Bolivia
Book
BootCamp
Brasil
Brazil
British Columbia (BC)
Bruni
Burma
CA
Canada
Carratera Austral
Charcoal on paper
Chile
Church
Climb
Coffee
Colombia
Concerts
Costa Rica
Craft
Deep Zoom
Design
Digital pencil art
Easter Island
Ecuador
Ekaterinburg
Endau Rompin
Farm Life
Fellini
Foldie
Gallery
Gear
Gear
Gear Repair
Gear Review
General
Guatemala
Haiku
Hike
Honduras
ID
Illustration
India
Indonesia
Japan
Laos
Malaysia
Mexico
Movie
Music
Musings
Myanmar
New Zeland
Nicaragua
Olkhon
OR
Panama
Peru
Photography
Places
Race report
Review
Run
Russia
Sabah
Sale
Shaving
Singapore
Slideshows
St. Petersburg
Still life
Studies
Summit
Tales 'bout Visions
Te Araroa
Tech geekery
Thailand
The big one
Trans-Siberian
Travel
Uncategorized
Uruguay
USA
Vancouver

More results...

Category

Musings

Running buddies – 1

Usually I run alone, but of late I have added in some buddies to keep me company and help me keep the running rhythm. Well I am just trying to be cute, I started to listen to music while running… Continue Reading →

Analytic Depression

I love my numbers. So much so that I have made a career out of staring at them. So when I run my blog, I am inclined to look at my figures at a regular interval. FYI, I use Google… Continue Reading →

Earth day

Really, Earth day? Jokes aside, I am all for people working toward making the world a better place to live, make it more hospitable and probably, leave it cleaner for the future generations. What I am not for is the… Continue Reading →

On extending a helping hand

A bunch of artists I follow pointed to a charity auction they were work for. They were drawing and painting to support a pen-pal program between students in Brooklyn, NY and Freetown, Sierra Leone. I thought it was a pretty… Continue Reading →

RIP – Ben

I am shocked by the turn of events. Here is a guy who is full of life and adventurous and writes amazingly well. I have been a silent lurker, couch surfing his adventure stories and enjoying his witty observations. I… Continue Reading →

The comfort zone

So I caught up with a bunch of buddies, we used to work together. The idea was to watch a decent movie, catch up on dinner and split up and that’s what we did. Was a good evening fellers, if… Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Circum-Baikal

I am starting to have insomnia thinking about Baikal. The thought of a bike tour around the lake is taking strong roots and I am totally convinced that it is something that needs to be done. In my mind, it… Continue Reading →

Cycle lanes in Beijing

Came across this article in ‘Today’. Latest estimates put the population to 17 million. I have been to Beijing and I should say it is a pretty congested town. It seems like they go through extreme measures to keep the… Continue Reading →

perspective

It is how one views things. I saw this on one of my favorite blogs (ogle at hot, stylish girls on bikes – whats not to like). I do not expect this to happen all over the world. However, it… Continue Reading →

Uninspired leadership

This is a real pity. I quote from the Channel News Asia Article: More often than not, cyclists are at fault when it comes to fatal or serious road traffic accidents involving them. This has been the case in more than 50… Continue Reading →

Marketing takes over when technologists hit plateau

Apple IPod event came and it went. Usually, this part of the year has been very exciting over the past several years due to the tremendous innovations that came from apple with regard to their iPods. Better form factors, newer… Continue Reading →

Switching Bikes

There are times when you settle into a nice rhythm for your morning schedule that you dont think twice about what you are doing. It has been that way for me for my morning commute to work. Once I am… Continue Reading →

I feel like a racoon from pom poko.

Pom Poko is an environmental awareness film from Ghubli Studios, directed by Isao Takahata. Takahata also directed the very moving Grave of the Fireflies. Well I say environmental awareness, Takahata makes is a lot more interesting with fun loving, shape… Continue Reading →

The curious case of bicycle helmets

Yes it is a cheesy title, but live with it. Vs. As is the case with most things in the developed world, choices do not satisfy people but initiate debates on which is better. In case of cycling, Helmet debates… Continue Reading →

Influencing biking attitude

Mark Sanders is the designer of the popular strida bikes. Recently, he has presented a keynote address at the Taipei Bike show. Here is his presentation with notes of his speech. I like his comment on Universal design, it applies… Continue Reading →

© 2019 pedscapades | tales | nat — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑