You’ve all been following Roz’s adventures since I recommended that you do a few years ago, right? If you haven’t you should know that earlier this month she became the first woman to row three oceans.
“I’ve done it! After 5 months and 0 days at sea, I am absolutely over the moon to be back on dry land, surrounded by friends and well-wishers – and, of course, my dear mother. I have just become the first woman to row across the “Big Three” oceans of the world – the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian.”
By the way, that five months she speaks of was just for her last row not the total time it took her to row all three oceans. An amazing feat.
Roz Savage, the Ocean Rower I linked to the other day, recently mentioned that she was a feature on Bing.com’s home page. Since I’m a few days behind on reading her posts she was no longer featured on the home page by the time I got there.
I noticed that Bing.com’s home page features have little arrows in the bottom right where you can, or seemingly can, go back and see past home page features. There’s just one thing – when you try to go back to previous home page features you get this message.
Essentially: You need to install Microsoft Silverlight – which is Microsoft’s competitor to Adobe Flash – in order to see the home page archive.
Talk about a job title. Ocean Rower has to be one of the best ones I’ve come across yet and Roz Savage, who is currently in the Pacific Ocean rowing solo from Hawai’i to Tuvalu in her second stage of her Pacific voyage, has the privilege of owning it.
I’m still reading her daily posts on her blog from back in June, I hope to catch up sometime soon, but I’m hung on every word. She is a must read/follow/subscribe.