I have been called: The Lance Armstrong of
the digital world. And no, I don't mean just cycling on
computers. It is because I have mastered every type of application
software, along with business operations logic, software design
and communications technology in much the same way that Lance has
dominated the Tour de France. I have no peers here. I know this is
true, because people have said so who don't even know anything
about computers. So take it
from me when I whisper this into your ear.
I have just witnessed an unauthorized clandestine
demonstration of a certain computer program ( just shy of being
complete) which is in development by a certain unnamed big muckity
muck in the cycling
industry, and I swear it is one of the sweetest
assemblages of bits, bytes and slick logic that I have ever seen,
and I have seen (and used) them all.
This thing is going to change everything you know
about cycling. Remember you heard it here first, and as soon as I
am free to talk about it, you will be the first to know.
05/31/05: After reading the
previous, Frank Guarnuccio writes,
RE: This Will Change
hmmm... seems the last time I heard something remotely similar,
the world waited, with baited breath I might add, for the SEGWAY!
We'll have to ask him to expand on
this, because the reference is way too obscure for Bob to follow.
Art-like. It does point out why I'm not supposed to be talking
about the program I saw. In any case, my apologies to everyone who
actually knows what Frank is speaking about. - SlingShot
[ 06/04/05 update: Turns out the
had a chance anyway. Really...both wheels side by side! How does
the back wheel know which way to go without being able to follow
the front one? Must be a
Taliban vehicle. Luckily, we have the ECU to keep a lid on
such things. ]