I’ve been meaning to mention how much I love the new Reading List feature in Safari. Â It’s made collecting links for my weekly wrap-up considerably easier. Â I know, there’s probably some Firefox plugin that does it 10x better, but I am after all a creature of habit. Â Safari became my default browser around the time it first showed up in my Dock. Â So there.
OK, on with the news. Â Pleasanton, California deserves big props for using microwave technology to protect cyclists. Â Microwaves: not just for burritos anymore.
The effort to get bike lanes on Madison – seriously, I think those are probably the wordsÂ most commonly used together on this blog – continues. Â Visit the blog and sign the petition if you haven’t, please. Â Here’s a great article by the creator of said blog and petition. Â Hat tip to Les Edwards everyone.
The Memphis MPO wants your pictures.
Have you heard of Drag’n Frozen Treats? Â No? Â Well, you have now. Â Hit up the dude for some heat-beating treats.
So it looks like bike lanes aren’t that bad after all.
The good people over at Operation Broken Silence are organizing a Ride for Refuge bike ride on 5 November at Shelby Farms. Â I hope to be there, but my morning is already booked and the ride leaves at 1:00 PM. Â It’ll be a stretch, but if I can be there, I will be. Â You should be too. Â (h/t Ryan)
And then there’s this. Â Suffice to say that I will have more to say in the coming days. Â Stay tuned, my people.