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  • From Hayes Valley

  • Construction

    They’re starting to build a highrise to the right of our building.

  • Taco Truck

  • Street

  • Lunch

  • Fischerspooner at SF Fashion Week

  • Chinatown, San Francisco

  • Grandmaster Flash

    It’s cool to know that as we’re listening to a compilation of Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel and the Furious Five here at home, DJ Grandmaster Flash is at SupperClub tonight, literally just…

  • Pre-Pre-Supernova Party

    Thursday night was Kevin Werbach’s Pre-Pre-Supernova party here in SF, just a couple blocks away at Cha-Am Thai. The dinner was a great chance to network and chat with leading tech innovators,…

  • The Beat Museum

    Jerry Cimino opens the Beat Museum in San Francisco.  I wish I had been able to make the opening to see the guest of honor – Carolyn Cassady, the 82-year-old widow of…

  • I Love Giant Robot

    Our new t-shirts from Giant Robot SF (Max’s is 2K and mine’s Gamma-Go).

  • Medicine Eat Station

    I’ve been a vegetarian for more than ten years now so of course, I was excited to try the new-shojin food at Medicine Eat Station. The minimalistic, all vegetarian dishes date back…

  • Google Wants to Provide Free Wi-Fi for San Francisco

    San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom made it a goal to provide a free or inexpensive citywide network last year and bids were submitted by competing firms this Friday, mostly by ISP companies. …

  • Max

  • Reflected

  • Qube Sign

    Wicked car-as-sign.

  • Wall on Harrison St.

  • One Year Later

    Tonight marks the one year anniversary of moving here to SF and finding ourselves right where we want to be – in the heart of the web world with our own selected…

  • Barcode Building

    I’ve always like the simplicity and functionality of bar codes.  In art school, I made a series of oversized bar code prints as rough posters and had a collection of various bar…

  • SF Night

    Night time traffic on the interstate as seen from our window. Even after a year, this scene still fascinates me. Any hour of the day or night, endless cars stream across several…

  • Lunch in North Beach

    North Beach is fine coffee, fresh italian cuisine, sidewalk cafes, and dreamy summer afternoons.  For me, it’s also the rare personal pleasure of spending time in the same neighborhood where Jack Kerouac…

  • Palm Tree

    Walking up to Telegraph Hill and saw this dreamy view of the bay.  Sounds silly but I’m still struck by the palm trees, the blue sky and water, the breeze, and how…

  • Side Streets

  • Boxed Food Co.

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

  • Dusk Blue

  • Drama Clouds

  • Midnight Stop

    Cop pulling over a car eleven stories down.

  • Window washers

  • Full moon

  • Blue