Today marks a pretty big milestone for me as I have been reaching my goal of walking 6,000 steps a day for 100 days in a row, usually beating that goal by a few hundred to a few thousand steps. It’s a small achievement but an achievement nonetheless.
I’ve been working quite a bit on Tina and I’s Yoga site lately, changing the wordpress theme and organizing things around it.While I was adding yoga related videos to the site, I came across 2 impressive videos that literally made my jaw drop! Check it out for yourself. Even if you’re not into yoga, you have to admit what these guys are doing is amazing.
Also, don’t forget to check out YogaZee.com, and maybe add a link to it. The site is brand new and needs some SEO love. We’re still trying to figure out how to organize the site so things might look a little funky every once in a while. Namaste!
Google unveiled Google Health, a long-anticipated health information service that combines the leading Web company’s classic search services with a user’s online personal health records.
The password-protected service provides a personalized profile for Google users of their basic medical history and gathers relevant information associated with the user’s health conditions.
One feature includes a link to help users find doctors by location or specialization. The “virtual pillbox” notifies patients when they need to take medications and possible drug interactions between different drugs. Users can also import medical records if they are available in digital form.
“I invented this for my mother. I wanted her to shower comfortably,” says Ma Yanjun, a Chinese farmer. The bottles are connected to each other by a plastic tubing so that water flows through them. Sunlight heats the water as is passes slowly through the bottles before flowing into the bathroom as hot water. He apparently gets enough water for 4 of his family members. His invention is such a success that some of his neighbors replicated it.
The site, www.PosorNot.com, presents viewers with photos of people of different ages, colors and genders, challenging them to guess whether the person has tested positive for the virus that causes AIDS.
It’s this time of the year where I put my hippie hat again. This weekend will be the 4th Healing Arts Festival in Balboa Park.
In addition to the various exhibition booths where you can learn a bunch about health, food, etc…, they have some great bands playing.
My friend Kriss forwarded me a link to a video showing the story of stuff. I’m usually very cautious at watching what Kriss sends me because she’s a hippie and her ideal of “saving the planet” is just too much for me sometimes.
But I clicked and watched the full 20 minute video, which, I have to admit, was really good.