New rock climbing routes in Boulder and Joshua Tree, generated by a neural network. I like that you can tell which list is which, if you're familiar with both areas.
The license is CC BY-NC (share by attribution and NON-commercial use only) and therefor identified by Creative Commons as "This is not a Free Culture license"
You kind of expect that from FB, right?
This is clearly better than "all rights reserved" but don't let it fool you into thinking this is what the general spirit of "open source" is about.
What is the true definition of "Open Source"? https://opensource.org/osd
Run - 2018 June 16 & 17
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Ow. I think I need to make that padded seat cover anyway.
My sitting bones (yes that's the real name look it up) feel bruised even though both rides yesterday weren't that long.
And I still have to ride home.
I think a lot of the problem though is jolts and drops on the ride. The paving is really uneven in some spots, and there's huge drops and rises on some driveways too.
Anyone got any tips for making a pattern to fit my seat?
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