This past weekend was the Portland Afoot game. This was a sort of transit scavenger hunt put on by Portland Afoot, Portland’s 10-minute newsmagazine on buses, bikes, and low-car life. The whole event was themed like a murder mystery (who killed Faire LeSequare — that name being an inside joke for local transit buffs) and involved … Continue reading The Portland Afoot game
I made this amazing and stylish laser-cut 6-pack holder…
Portland has food carts. Portland has a lot of food carts. Most of them give you your food in a plastic container. Sometimes the container is biodegradable, which is good. Sometimes it also comes in a plastic bag with a plastic fork, which is bad. On rare occasions it is just wrapped in butcher paper (as … Continue reading GoBox or Go Home!
Background I have talked about my relationship with the Hipster PDA for years. It is a sort of love/hate thing. I find that the basics are invaluable. I really love all the beautiful little templates and forms that people have made for the 3″ x 5″ form factor. Alas, I find that most — if … Continue reading Netninja site changes: Hipster PDA & Code
Something that I mentioned to a number of people in real life, but I do not think I blogged or tweeted about much was the DASH puzzle hunt that I attended last weekend. DASH stands for “Different Area, Same Hunt.” As the name somewhat implies, a number of different cities around the country participated in … Continue reading Last weekend’s DASH puzzle hunt