Sigh … time for some real work

Hey all, I’ll be in Norcal next week working on a software project. I’ll try to keep leelikesbikes updated, but I’m not sure how much time I’ll have. Gotta pay for that group health insurance!

I do the user interface, flow, copywriting, etc. for this bad @$$ piece of enterprise loan origination software:

12 replies
  1. tony says:

    if you have your wheels and time for a ride here in norcal, drop me a line. I’d love to “ride with a master”.

  2. leelikesbikes says:

    I would too! 🙂

    I flew bikeless, which was wierd, and I’m pretty much stuck in Marin. But, boy, would I love some Santa Cruz, Montara, etc. …

    Today I’m renting a couple bikes and taking a software client for a cruise. It’s part of the whole client schmooze thing. Isn’t life funny?

  3. tony says:

    “stuck in Marin” …that’s funny. I’d say that would be torture if you were trying to ride on a weekend. But midweek “hooky” rides could be a lot of fun with no one else on the trails.
    where did you end up taking the clients? ride report forthcoming?

  4. leelikesbikes says:

    We cruised up/down Tennessee Valley to the beach. it was beautiful. Photos to come.

    OMG — we just broke for lunch … yawn!!!

  5. Chris says:

    Lee, I don’t know if you know this, but at the Carpark at the Tenneesseee VVaalleey trailhead the Miwok Trail comes in from the North-west. It is an okay climb to the ridge, but on a weekday with no hikers it is one of THE most braaapable descents in Marin. For what is a hiking trail, it has doubles and manuals galore! And legal too! Unless you exceed 15 mph, which of course, one would never do (cough, cough). It would be a most worthy diversion, if you have to go back.

  6. leelikesbikes says:

    Sweet! I might have to get back there Thurs or Fri. There’s talk of a ‘company outing.’

  7. Chris says:

    It’s no Coloradean 4 hour climb and forty minute descent, you’d be back to the carpark in, I don’t know, twenty minutes?

    If they want to go back then that means they must have loved it. Success!

  8. Hank Sola says:

    I didn’t know you were in the software biz. Cool. We got two things in common.

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