He is pretty radical and totally tubular. Possibly jawesome.

Yesterday on Twitter this got posted:

Because of it’s similarity to Jimmy the Murderdog, I got sent many links to it. Thanks to Systemics Tim Odell, Dann Malihom, Jamie Baldwin, Carly, and Rob Russell who all sent word of it my way. You know you’re doing something right when 5 people all send you a cool picture of a dog within 12 hours of its posting.

So here’s the Poochy of murderdogs, I’m gonna call him Benny. Benny the super rad dog.

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No news would be good news.

A quick chart. It’s been quite a bad couple weeks.

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He's here to make friends.

Bike News…

If you hadn’t heard, my bike was stolen. And then probably sold. And then showed up near my office, as though someone had biked it to work and locked it up. So now it’s locked up, with my lock and someone else’s, downstairs. You can read all about it here. 

Super Art Fight News!

You’ve heard me speak—at length—about Super Art Fight. After being asked if it will ever come to the midwest, the west coast, Europe, etc., we have good news. We’ve brought it online. So we’ve brought it everywhere.

You can now watch Super Art Fights online in our first Online Invitational Tournament. Watch this episode below, and you can vote for the winner here.

We’re releasing a new episode every Tuesday for the next month, so you can follow all the action and choose the winners of each bracket.

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I have plenty of time to look, since now I have to walk everywhere.

It’s true, my bike was stolen.

Sure, there’s being out the cost of the bike. But the real sting is knowing that someone stole something important from you. That hurts.

Now my bike is off somewhere, (hopefully) getting ridden by someone. I’m sure they don’t appreciate all the little details. The new pedals that I picked out which are a solid piece of metal (and supposed to last much longer). The new spokes I put on the wheels. The scratches on the frame from locking it to parking signs. The new handlebars that made getting up hills much more comfortable. The bike seat that a friend gave me when my old one got infested with ants (yep, really). You get the idea.

So if you ever liked the bike comics I’ve put on this site, that means you liked my bike too. Because every time there was a black icon representing a bicycle, it was Chester, my 2010 Jamis Coda Comp, seen here (this is what I call “Georgetown Parking” because the only place to lock up in Georgetown in Washington, DC is onto trash cans).

UPDATE: I’ve had a few people posting to “keep on the lookout for the bike” and link to this post, so here’s a little more info:

  • 2010 Jamis Coda Comp
  • Had a “City Bikes” sticker on it (was bought at City Bikes)
  • Note the Oury black rubber handlebars
  • There was a lot of scratches on the top bar of the bike from locking it to various surfaces
  • The U-lock mount was on the top bar, which wore down the paint. Even if that’s been detached, there is probably a lot of wear to the paint/frame in that spot (near the seat post on the top bar)
  • From this photo, I changed out the pedals to black ones with no toe clips

UPDATE 2: Big update. The bike has turned up, but isn’t mine again yet. It’s locked up outside near my work/office (remember, I lost it at my home 1.5 miles away from work). There’s been 2 rounds of cops and some scrambling to find registration. Read the whole ordeal here:

http://rosscott.tumblr.com/post/95164110171/bike-theft-and-crazy-coincidences

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The System 741: The Problem With E-mail

This is a short one, probably more of an excerpt really. E-mails are a passive form of communication that people treat like an active one. And while it’s great to think of technology is being instantaneous, everyone checks e-mails (and expects responses) at a different pace.

The rest is in an article over at Medium.com. Read it here »

Or, there’s a new one! All about my dog’s view of the world. You can read it here »

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