Updated the home webserver to Yosemite a week or two ago. Also upgraded it to an SSD, which means all the machines at home are now solid state. Of course, that meant the websites were broken, so it wasn't until tonight that I had some time and fixed the issues. Besides just getting it up and running finally I fixed some more outstanding issues so musings navigation works again among other things. Of course my more ambitious plans of redoing the design hasn't happened yet, but we'll see. As always, big plans, high hopes... Last weekend went to Great Wolf Lodge for the 10 year reunion. Hard to believe. Fun, but completely different. Kids and smartphones were the 2 biggest differences I could easily think of. In comparison to the other water parks, Great Wolf was the warmest. Probably helps that it was made up of smaller spaces joined together, instead of the one giant space like Kalahari. Should probably try KeyLime Cove up in Gurnee to see if it's any good. Closer that's for sure. Also, the Olympus TG-3 waterproof camera worked out pretty well. Got some fairly impressive, at least to me, underwater shots of Lucy. Looking forward to using it when we go to Florida for Spring Break with the Cases. Finally got to use the sports goggles I got for bike commuting. Totally worth it. I also splurged and got a pair of softshell swrve winter pants. And they're amazing. I want more to just wear all the time. But all the winter biking gear is getting used. When I get fully dressed, no exposed skin. I went with Power Grips so I could use boots. I also finally got a pair of those bar end lights, so hopefully super easy to see me at night. Next might be a Torch T1 Helmet with built in lights. Maybe next week. House is coming along, and this is when things supposedly start to crawl, as we get to the nitty gritty stuff. I'm working on getting it setup as a smart home, so controlled including lights, shades, AV distribution, HVAC, security, all that jazz. Hardest thing for me is letting go of control. Because for the system to be done right, the integrator has to do it with a level of programming that the vendors don't allow customer access to. Which sucks. But if that's what it takes. Oh, got my Coin beta today. It's a lot cooler than I thought it would be. Seriously as thin as a credit card, which makes sense, but I just figured it'd be thicker because of the bluetooth radio, display, and so on. But no. It's also like the future. Used it without any issues at Whole Foods. Something to tide me over until I get an Apple Watch, which I most likely will.