Journal: Not Read Now Will Not Be Read, Ever

August 2, 2012

in Journal Notes

Machining head turning at a blur | Photo: Rob Vandermark

Location Thursday:  Seven  |  Studio     ||     7:50 am – 7:55 pm

  • Graphic Design:  Ride Studio Cafe cycling kit.  We’ve added knee warmers and arm warmers to the kit.
  • Graphic Design:  Helmet decaling for the Ride Studio Cafe team is creeping along.  Plotter cutter problems today.  Always something.
  • Recruiting:  Eight hires to happen in the next few weeks.  Chantal is doing a lot of the prelim work for Ride Studio.  Matt O. is doing most of the prelim work for Seven Cycles.  I sound like a broken record.
  • Engineering:  Carbon testing continues.  Next round for frames in process.  Always progress too slow for me.  Regardless, Bryan H. and Lloyd G. are doing a great job of thinking it through and coming up with likely good solutions.  We’ve got three frames going around in what feels like circles.  Final results soon.  I think the second test will be completed on Tuesday.
  • Project:  Team Seven Cycle is rocking; we currently have 17 people on the team.  Our goal was 20 for the year – not including Seven’s Factory Team.  So, we’re on schedule with the team’s development.  It looks like we’re about to add two more racers to the group.  One pure triathletes – with a really interesting story.  And one multidisciplinary racer.  Both really interesting.

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“It is reasonable to assume that, by and large, what is not read now will not be read, ever. It is also reasonable to assume that practically nothing that is read now will be read later. Finally, it is not too farfetched to imagine a future in which novels are not read at all.”   –  Gore Vidal

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