To truly appreciate the varying topics discussed on the Chainlink requires a grasp of the sublime nature of the insight brought to light only through the pursuit of Philosophy. And to that aim the Velo Philosophers strive!
"Spencer, are you still interested in a bike speaker system? Check out bikebeatz.com. I build them in Lincoln Park. I'd be happy to let you try one out. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks! - Jimmy"
"I shot both raw and jpg on my trip so I'd have the files for later, but I don't as of yet own a computer or any editing software on it (this is getting to be an expensive hobby) but I plan on taking a class at Lil street and learning how…"
"These are from my trip to Glacier National Park last week. So glad I was able to get amazing wildlife shots with the camera. Got some good bear photos too, but the Jay photo really highlights the camera's ability to get details of…"
Join us for the second Radical History Bicycle Tour of Chicago and learn about our city's deep history and traditions of radicalism; the socialists, anarchists, feminists, and union militants who struggled to make real progressive change. Tour stops and lectures will include: The Murals of Pilsen, A People's History of Cook County Hospital, the 1997 UPS Strike, Irish radicalism in Chicago, Hull House and Black Writers of the West Side, and the struggle for Abortion rights. The tour is a…See More
"I've got a Sony NEX too, but the 5R, since I'm pretty new to photography and am mostly looking to take up my game from point and shoot pictures. I was amazed how easy it is to adjust exposure and how quickly I could start getting the…"
"BRINING IT BACK FROM THE DEAD!
I ended up just making my own bag then just giving up because it required constant repair. Started slinging stuff into a chrome bag and then wrapping the DSLR around my neck if I needed to be fast or just…"
Cyclist I.T. Nerds. Group to support Julie with TheChainLink.org technical consulting and maintenance, and to develop a pool of programmers and web developers for local cycling projects.Inspired by the extraordinarily high ratio of I.T. Professionals I've met on rides, the ongoing discussion about TCL and Ning, and the urgent need for help with…See More
It was OK, being so far north it didn't get a crazy huge crowd. I ended up at the same bar two nights in a row because I drunkenly decided to take off during a smoke break and left my bike helmet hanging off a hook on the wall.
Lesson learned: don't be such a dumb ass, and the Prarie Moon bartenders are really nice.