2 Nov 2005 titus   » (Journeyer)

Training log software

My wife has been looking for training log software for Mac OS X. She's interested in finding something to keep track of when and how far she biked, run, and swam. So far she hasn't found anything that runs on her local computer -- mostly, there's a bunch of Web-based things, which she doesn't want to use.

She's not found anything obvious with google, but my suspicion is that there are some packages lurking out there under different keywords.

Ideas welcome -- I'll summarize here, if anyone has any ideas to send me.


Why should I care what color the bikeshed is?

Good question!

Geek joke

Question: Why should women marry open-source hackers?

Answer: Because open-source hackers are already used to dealing with badly-documented software.

(It was funny at the time...)

Bioinformatics lectures

Just gave a lecture on gene finding & will give another lecture on regulatory regions on Friday. E-mail me if you want the outlines or powerpoints.


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