Comments on: Lunch with Cyclelicio.us and Richard Masoner http://bikeintelligencer.com/2009/07/lunch-with-cyclelicio-us-and-richard-masoner/ All bike, all the time Sun, 17 May 2015 02:16:48 +0000 hourly 1 By: Paul Andrews http://bikeintelligencer.com/2009/07/lunch-with-cyclelicio-us-and-richard-masoner/comment-page-1/#comment-121 Fri, 10 Jul 2009 06:00:57 +0000 http://bikeintelligencer.wordpress.com/?p=922#comment-121 Whoa, that indeed was a few lifetimes ago Keith…did you give me the official FTP team shirt or was it J. ? I still have it…in any case, good hearing from you and yes, it must be how gears work like code (or something). Cheers, Paul

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By: Keith Moore http://bikeintelligencer.com/2009/07/lunch-with-cyclelicio-us-and-richard-masoner/comment-page-1/#comment-120 Wed, 08 Jul 2009 17:41:08 +0000 http://bikeintelligencer.wordpress.com/?p=922#comment-120 Hi Paul,

I just discovered your site via the Cyclelicio.us article. It’s always great to find another source of cycling info, especially one from the Pacific Northwest.

You & I spoke on the phone about 100 years ago when you were researching “How the Web Was Won”. I was the FTP Server guy way back then. As you mentioned in another comment thread, there’s something about cycling that just seems to mesh well with people in technology industries.

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By: Steven Vance http://bikeintelligencer.com/2009/07/lunch-with-cyclelicio-us-and-richard-masoner/comment-page-1/#comment-119 Wed, 08 Jul 2009 17:19:52 +0000 http://bikeintelligencer.wordpress.com/?p=922#comment-119 I see BikePortland.org less as a blog but more like a traditional news service. I think this because I see Jonathan has adopted journalistic ethics and values. BikePortland.org also presents news and not just stories and articles. Regardless of the differences between the blogs of Richard and Mr. Maus, both authors write well and are interesting.

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By: Yokota Fritz http://bikeintelligencer.com/2009/07/lunch-with-cyclelicio-us-and-richard-masoner/comment-page-1/#comment-118 Wed, 08 Jul 2009 16:46:51 +0000 http://bikeintelligencer.wordpress.com/?p=922#comment-118 Hi Paul, it was a pleasure meeting you and your wife Celine. Maggie’s a lot of fun, too :-)

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