Ride your bike to work and come by to the Ferry building 7:30 - 9:30 AM on May 9th to see me and pick up your schwag bag.  If you join SF Bicycle Coalition, you get the super deluxe bag....

Unfortunately I have had my training for a marathon derailed for 2 weeks.  A nasty cold turned into a lung infection which just lingered with all this darn rain.  So I am wondering now how I get back up into the groove where I am...

I think it is only a matter of time until we see more Pinterest snark.  The form has already been cast by sites like authors of catalog living and unhappyhipsters.com. Pinterest should be the great canvas where this mode of unadulterated snark might find it...

  Lily Tomlin said, “No matter how cynical you become, its never enough to keep up.”   The more I dig into this mobile wellness space, the more that comment resonates with me. I am pretty excited about mobile fitness trackers.  I get excited about the challenges of...

Last week, I wrote about Nike Fuel and the FuelBand that is being launched this month.  I took a spin over to the Nike channel on youtube and can see how the marketing is shaping up.  This is going to be a hit.  Nike has...

Hot on the heels of my endomondo review from last week, comes news about fitbit.  The company closed a round of $12 million in series C funding.  The money ostensibly is to launch and gain market traction for their new product, the Aria, a wirelessly...

Fitbit’s new Aria isn’t the first wireless scale. A French company called Withings has had a wireless scale on the market since at least 2009.  I believe Withings is going to fail.  The products look cool in an international space-age plastic frog design kind-of-way, but...

When I was younger, I'd go running with my girlfriend in the park.   When I chose our route, I would mix in hills (they are hard to avoid), and maybe stretch the distance a bit.   She was a runner, but hated running hills, and...

If you’re like me you just wrote down some New Year’s resolutions.  I was on the site 43Things, and I noted that someone had listed using the Pomodoro Technique as one of theirs.  I looked it up and was intrigued.  I've tried Getting Things Done and a few other list-making...