My Facebook wall, where most of my writing, links to people's articles and photos now go. Available to all Facebook users (I think).
Blog by subject label
Then there's where I post the best of my own pictures now. On Flickr.
Below is archive of things on my web site, established in 1995 (been Theslowlane.com since 1999).
Seeing parts of North America from a bicycle perspective
Photos by region
Trip stories and advice
My longest trips
Most recent trip, 2013
Low footprint, single person life in Bellingham
Bike Map of Bellingham
Local GLBT Resources
Alternative Bellingham GLBT newsletter
Some pages about interests I put here before I got my blog, Facebook, Flickr and so forth
Articles with me in them
Photos of me
My presents on
Theslowlane.com You are here.
Youtube (Some short videos)
Yahoo Groups Small GLBTA newsletter for Bellingham area.
Flickr photo galleries.
Google Plus A wall, like Facebook, but can be viewed by everyone. One need not join to see.
Disqus Some comments I've left on media web sites that participate in Disqus.
Facebook A wall where I link to articles, my writing and interaction with friends.
Sunset along South Bay Trail, Bellingham. September 26 2012.
How do we solve global warming?
Technology of course. Ever evolving solar panels, hydrogen fuel, better batteries, electronics that becomes more sophisticated while using less energy.
Is that the whole story? That's part of the story, but what about slowing down the pace of our lives? What about making society more tranquil and user friendly? What about less rat race? We could enjoy more things like bicycling and contemplation. We could have less obesity. Could there be improvements in life like longer vacations and less pressure? Life that's a bit more in the slow lane, the scenic route.
I think both approaches to solving the problem of global warming can work together. No need for a war between the high tech advocates and the concept of slowing down. It can all get us to better solutions.
Explore the labyrinth of my website and blog as I post photographs and writings that are usually around these topics of lifestyle and technology as it relates to sustainable economics and especially my very photogenic interest in bike touring.
An unusual business card (or maybe not a "business" card) I made in late 1980s.
Below, from my content on Flickr.