The forks on the CB 360 were dry and bottomed out over minor bumps. I finally got around to pulling them apart and checking to be sure nothing was bent. Left side is good. I suspect the right side will be good as well. Someone on the web suggested heat to get the old seals
I’m excited to share some press from Tech Insider on my thesis. Much of what is said there can be found elsewhere on this site, but the full article can be read by clicking on this link
Partnering with Barrett Honors College and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, I am hosting a weekend long Ideathon around the topicÂ of sustainable energy. This Ideathon will be held on ASUs Tempe campus in the Barrett Honors College on April 11th and 12th. For more information, please view our agenda below. To attend,
Found the footage and pulled the audio from the movie.
I’ve had the fortune of having some great conversations with some great people that are at the forefront of the design industry. Most of what I’ve found is validation. There are a few things that I’ve been sharing on my journey as an advocate for design thinking and human-centered design. These things were based on
I couldn’t sleep. I just knew that USB cords didn’t have to be one directional . . . so I hacked apart an old USB cable, and a credit card to prove my concept: which was exciting. I thought to myself “I could make a working prototype by hand, cover it in paracord sleeve to
I have to speak for a moment about how impressed I am with the online community of people who own Honda Elements. They’ve amassed quite a bit of information and have done quite a few amazing things with their little Hondas. I’m most impressed with the people who are turning them into micro-campers, but there