I regularly commute by unicycle. For the 2012 Business Commute Challenge, I wanted to find an "alternative" method of commuting, in spirit with the competition. But what's a good alternative to a unicycle? Maybe riding a llama or something? Since I had no llama, Star Holmberg lent me a small, toy llama. The llama and I rode over 20 miles on a unicycle (llamacycle? unillama?) that week. That's got to be a record or something.
Fortunately, one of the questions on the architecture final asked me to answer a question of my own creation. I received full credit on it, too.
Sometimes, I write and perform silly songs:
|My wife, Mary Lowd, is a science fiction writer. Her first novel, Otters in Space, is now available at Smashwords (ebook version) and Amazon.com (dead tree version). She has also published several short stories, some of which are available as free ebooks.|
I used to sing with the Seattle Men's Chorus.
I don't plan on ever getting a tattoo, but if I did, it would have to be something really cool. Like a praying mantis. Playing a guitar. Eating a butterfly.