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Learning to tie my laces

I’ve just spent the last twenty minutes or so with Ian’s Shoelace Site, relearning how to tie my shoelaces with the Ian Knot and Ian Secure Knot. And, believe it or not, I actually think it was time well spent. So thank you, Ian, for making such an interesting site, and teaching me the world’s fastest shoelace knot.

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Comment from sjhoward


    20.15, 10/04/2005

I’ve corrected the spelling error in the title, but not in the Permalink since the various services which are pinged when I post will have been notified only of the incorrectly spelled link. That’s why the two are differing (not that I expect many people will have noticed).


Comment from Anonymous


    14.57, 06/05/2007

this is really sad…


Comment from sjhoward (author of the post)


    14.57, 06/05/2007

Sad, but oddly entertaining…




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