...runs its first 10k!
I'm participating in the Vancouver Sun Run this year as an actual runner - been training my butt off for fourteen weeks, from couch to 10k, and I'm finally ready. The race is this Sunday, April 23rd. Doing a last minute round of fundraising; hopefully some of you can toss in a few bucks.
Remember, America bux are worth 1.4x more in Canada bux so your donation packs more punch than it feels to your wallet!
I'm supporting Ronald McDonald House, a charity which provides a place to stay for families of children sent to hospitals far from home. This personally touched my family last year when my cousin's baby was born with a heart defect requiring surgery out here in Vancouver, they had to come all the way from Winnipeg and spent the first few weeks of his life here. All went well, baby is happy and healthy and a year old now :-)
The other one is BC Cancer Care, pretty sure Cancer has effected all of us in some way; I have family battling it right now, friends with parents who are as well.
Any support is appreciated! Thanks everyone
My desktop is hella old, and I am looking to upgrade big time next year. I am only estimating something like 35000 points a day at Full Power (my CPU doing a whopping 1605). I think I joined the Team 93 correctly, but I am not sure when I will end up being added to the team's count.
Aaron and I took a 10-day trip to New Orleans in early February for the 5-year anniversary of our first date. We got engaged on the night of the anniversary (the 12th) on a quiet corner while wandering the streets of the French Quarter. We'd just left a long stint sitting with tall drinks at the bar in Port of Call, actually, and were on our way to Frenchman Street for some jazz.
I'd proposed a few years ago but Aaron wasn't ready (something about the high chaos of my life? I don't know why he would think that...). This time it was Aaron that took an arrow to the knee. I'd actually gone out of my way the entire evening to signal that I wasn't planning anything at all, so it was quite a surprise. He made us engagement rings out of wood; mine is maple and locust, for the trees growing in our yard.
We hope to get married in the fall if possible, in Detroit of course.
WELL, YOU AINT FINDING ANY BANANAS, ON THE MOOOOOOOOOOOOOONAAAAAAAAHHH!
It looks like a major Internet content server (cloudflare) messed up their code and pretty much leaked a bunch of data that was supposed to be encrypted. This includes any usernames/passwords/emails for websites they host. This information was searchable and archivable by anyone (and was cached by default by google/bing/etc).
This is less of an issue if you use different passwords for every site, but I know I don't do that.....
So I'd recommend changing pretty much all your Internet account passwords, enable 2FA if you can, etc...
Incomplete, preliminary list of potentially affected websites:
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