Internet IPOs: Where Are They Now? [Infographic]

Check out this cool infographic courtesy of

1x1.trans Internet IPOs: Where Are They Now? [Infographic]

The War Room’s Completed Lego Conference Table

Two years in the making and nearly 150,000 Legos later, the War Room conference table is finally finished.

1x1.trans The War Rooms Completed Lego Conference Table

My Feet Are in Love With The Hoka One One Bondi B2

1x1.trans My Feet Are in Love With The Hoka One One Bondi B2

 So the fat sole looks a little goofy, but looks are the last thing on your mind during miles 90 to 100. After the epic beatdown I have given my feet this year from the Brew to Brew 44 miler to the Leadville 100, Heartland 100 and a couple of 50k trail races sprinkled in, I finally caved and picked up a pair of Hoka One One Bondi B2s. The Bondi is without a doubt the most comfortable shoe I have ever had on my feet. I have literally worn them every minute that I have been on my feet for the last week. Just two days after the Heartland 100, I went for a short jog in the Hokas and did not feel a shred of pain in my feet. These shoes are like running with your feet encased in marshmallows, yet somehow they remain stable and supportive. The heel/toe drop is a modest 4.5mm, perfect for my forefoot strike and the weight is less than the Newton Running trail shoe that has been my staple for the last four years. Just a week out from my last 100-miler, I have only put in short 3-4 mile runs on the shoes, but the feel has been incredible. If these shoes continue to perform as well as they have as I ramp up to 20-25 mile longs runs in the next 30 days, this will be my new go-to shoe for training and racing. If you run long, you owe it to yourself to give the Hokas a try. Stay tuned for a more comprehensive review after I get in some longer runs and remember to keep on running. It’s good for the mind, body and soul.

Top Careers For Students of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Infographic courtesy of Portland State University Online Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice

1x1.trans Top Careers For Students of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Obstructionist Legislators! Here is a little reminder about what your job actually entails.

How a bill becomes a law. Courtesy of Schoolhouse Rock. Maybe they should have a screening of this down at the Capitol because it appears that our beloved legislators have forgotten what it is that we sent them to Washington to do. Funny, this does not say anything about sabotaging the law if you disagree with Constitutionally passed and Supreme Court approved legislation. Try as I might, I was not able to find anything about sabotage in the Constitution either. Maybe a Tea Partier will read this post and point me in the right direction.