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  • Side Streets

  • Organize Your Brain, Then Share It

    As big fans of Basecamp, we were excited to try out 37signals‘ personal information manager, Backpack.  A lot of applications have claimed to be online organizers, but Backpack is the first web…

  • Boxed Food Co.

    View of the lunch counter. Had organic salad with citrus vinaigrette.

  • The Beauty of Web Standards

    We’ve been advocating web standards for some time now, but for those of you first hearing about the benefits of building and designing sites around web standards, the W3C has a great…

  • Offline Design

    As an online designer, I’m always looking offline for inspiration and ideas.  (Once you’ve been a sculptor, you can never truly escape the physical world.) Part of the beauty of city life…

  • Dusk Blue

  • Drama Clouds

  • Midnight Stop

    Cop pulling over a car eleven stories down.

  • Well-behaved women seldom make history

    Received email from misbehaving yesterday and I’m proud to be listed among many of the most influential women in technology today. is a weblog about women and technology. It’s a celebration…

  • Window washers

  • Full moon

  • Blue

  • Today

  • Jeremy Blake at SFMoMA

    I’ve liked the ideas of Jeremy Blake’s work for some time and his exploration of “time-based paintings” and digital video DVD layered animations, having felt something similar in my own experiments and…

  • Dawn

  • Sunset

  • Happy 10 Years

    It’s hard to believe it’s already been 10 years for the commercial web!  All you kids out there (that’s all of you 13 year olds that are signing up for livejournal at…

  • Looking South

    The Transamerica building looking south from Telegraph Hill.

  • Studio

  • Ajax the Web

    In his essay, Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications, Jesse James Garrett articulates a new use of several existing technologies – XHTML, CSS, DOM, XML, and Javascript, which, when used together…

  • Late night working

  • Blobjects & Beyond

    The blobject has so much appeal.  Learn more at the exhibition page at the San Jose Museum of Art… Beginning Saturday, March 5th the San Jose Museum of Art’s first floor galleries…

  • Ideacodes is Born

    Sometimes the least likely event turns out to be a blessing in disguise.  That’s how I’ve been feeling lately.  I’m no longer working for the marketing consulting company for higher education where…

  • Flight

  • Smart Cars

    The MIT Smart Cities research team’s car. Image: Franco Vairani/MIT Department of Architecture Two recent articles reveal the possible future of cars – powered with intelligent algorithms, semi-autonomous, and made for urban…

  • Night

    Creativity and French martinis.

  • Loft

  • At MIT

  • Desk shot

  • Mt. Sutro at Sunset

    View from our loft Today I turned 33.  Spent the day feeling extremely grateful for everything I have in my life.  There are still things I’m burning to do and specific challenges…