Awesome: "Glennor Shirley, head librarian for Md. prisons, believes in books behind bars"

Not all of these applied to me but I thought it was a cool interactive tool/excercize: NYTimes: 31 Steps to a Financial Tuneup.

From NPR: How Western Diets Are Making The World Sick

Oh, I'd love to do the Cayuga Lake Triathlon some year! I lived in Ithaca for 3 years and still count it as one of my favorite places ever.

Image: source.

Training: 1 hour alternating running and walking on a steep incline this morning.

"Every adult life could be said to be defined by two great love stories. The first - the story of our quest for sexual love - is well known and well charted, its vagaries form the staple of music and literature, it is socially accepted and celebrated. The second - the story of our quest for love from the world - is a more secret and shameful tale. If mentioned, it tends to be in caustic, mocking terms, as something of interest chiefly to envious or deficient souls, or else the drive for status is interpreted in an economic sense alone. And yet this second love story is no less intense than the first, it is no less complicated, important or universal, and its setbacks are no less painful. There is heartbreak here too." - Alain de Botton

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