2018: Day 112 The one with some high winds in Denver
My Fitbit Aria scale has finally been setup to work with Google WiFi network. This time around I felt like an old pro at troubleshooting the often vexing setup process for the Fitbit Aria scale. It all worked out well enough and on my 2nd attempt to get it to connect to the network things just worked. I’m hopeful that this is the last network this scale is going to need to connect to. That seems like a strong possibility. I will say based on my field research with 3 of the Google WiFi mesh network devices it works. Seriously, it has worked much better than my previous wireless router.
Oh yeah —- I almost forgot about the thumbnail for the blog post today. We were driving around earlier and the super high winds in Denver this week had knocked over this giant tree. I mean the windows just pushed it right over into the parking lot. You can seem from the photograph that the wind defeated that tree. It just clean knocked it over. Strangely it seemed to be a pretty large tree. It was way bigger than anything that we could bring home for Christmas. We got luck that nothing in the yard was blown over and nothing seemed to have damaged anything in the neighborhood.
After my trip it seemed like a good idea to really clean my ASUS Chromebook flip today C101P. During the flights the keyboard got a little bit dirty. That happens I guess. This keyboard has been doing pretty well. It has been doing a lot better than I had expected. Given the volume of writing that I have been doing and how rough I am on devices this one is in really good shape. Each keystroke still had a good amount of travel and the keyboard still feels natural enough to type on for long periods of time. My writing sessions have been for about 1 to 2 hours per night this year. Some of them have been a lot longer and those sessions have really pounded on the keyboard.
Dr. Nels Lindahl
Written on my Storm Stryker PC and or my ASUS C101P using Google Docs