Month: July 2005

  • July 4th weekend, Dancing ’til Dawn, BBQs, Parades, more BBQs and Fireworks

    My sister finally fulfilled her dream and dragged me out for a night on the town. We piled into two taxi cabs and raced through the streets of San Francisco to an non-descript warehouse where DJs held fourth and mixed sonic waves of sound effects to titilate the crowd into a frenzy. I had a […]

  • Decadence

    My high school roommate, Andy Hoffman, dropped me an email to ask if I wanted to join him and his skipper John as “rail meat” on his boat for an Friday evening sail to kick off the 4th of July weekend. His boat, Luna, is an Antrim 27, built for speed with high performance rigging, […]

  • Peeling away the years

    On Market Street in downtown San Francisco they’re pulling away the awful faux marble facade from a building and revealing the preserved brownstone that’s been hidden from view all these years. The style reminds me of the wonderful Mauresque arches on the Stanford campus so maybe this building comes from the same era. It’ll be […]

  • Ian Turner Missing

    Update: He’s been found! Safe and sound but missing a passport in Atlanta. The blogosphere organizes itself to look for one of their missing. If anyone who attended the recent WebmasterWorld conference in New Orleans has seen him, please contact the New Orleans or Atlanta Police. New Orleans Police – (504) 821-2222Atlanta Police     – […]