San Francisco, CA
Digital literature. Alternate reality games. Science fiction. Cocktails. Octopuses. Excessive pondering. By day I do the technology thing. (Sometimes by night, too.)
5,000 words in 69 moments in 7 cities since July 19th, 2013
San francisco — What you have to understand is that I’ve never had a proper pet. Childhood happened in a string of rented houses where animals were impossibilities, forbidden by unseen landlords probably concerned wi...
San francisco — A year and half ago (give or take a month) I moved back to San Francisco. I told my friends it was for the job: a way of slipping into tech without any obvious qualifications. Something about a gold r...
San francisco — It rolled on at Powell street and off again at Van Ness. Probably the elderly man who escorted it aboard got it underground via the elevator. Still, for some time after I imagine the big blue bin rum...
Yet more proof.
This is supposed to be a rocket ship.
The insurgents prepare for battle, or, what exactly have my housemates dragged me into?
Last day of the full Dolores experience: target practice and giggling at PLUR warriors.
Noise Pop 2014. El Ten Eleven.
Lunchtime arts and crafts.
My mother's first Arduino project.
Beneath the underpass.
Aquarium (Part the Last: A Whole New World)
Aquarium (Part Eight)
Aquarium (Part Seven)
Aquarium (Part Six)
Aquarium (Part Five)
Aquarium (Part Four)
Aquarium (Part Three)
Aquarium (Part Two)
Aquarium (Part One)
Leaving wishes at the Wave Organ.
And now, in honor of Valentine's day, dinosaur terrariums.
Daffodils popping up at the corner market.
The dough master.
Escaping from beneath the rock.
2 burrowing owls; 1 sparrowhawk; 1 goose
The longest security queue I've ever seen. (The door is over a block away.) Thanks, LAX?
Paradise (Part Eight: the Void)
Paradise (Part Seven: Escape)
Paradise (Part Six: Balance of Power)
Paradise (Part Five: Words in Flight)
Paradise (Part Four: Photo 25¢)
Paradise (Part Three: the Tunnel)
Paradise (Part Two: the Rainbow Room)
Paradise (Part One)
Lyft driver gave me an alien for Halloween. Auspicious beginning to the LA trip.
The dog briefly known as Carrot.
Sunrise in the city.
Musee Mechanique (part the last)
Musee Mechanique (part the fourth)
Musee Mechanique (part the third)
Musee Mechanique (part the second)
Musee Mechanique (part the first)
Yet another sign that Moose belongs in San Francisco.
Bourbon Friday with Team Delight.
Early morning geyser in Duboce park.
Free gold watch.
Melon and duck prosciutto at Foreign Cinema.
The magnificent twig buffalo.
Worms like music festivals too.
So this is what the VIP section feels like...
A most unexpected passenger.
Two tasting flights (Antique collection and craft distillers) at Hard Water. Heaven.
Hard Water. Whiskey aficionados reunited. (Anywhere with a ladder to booze is OK by me.)
Still life with water glass and crocodile.
Shrine en route to the summit.
The path to Mt Sutro summit. Never realized this was in my front yard.
Iced coffee and Cartographies of Time: pretty typical Saturday.
The sort of drink most folks can't stand. Reward at Boot & Shoe Service after a long day's wander.
Carl eats the ocean.
Abandoned ski boots: San Francisco summer in Japantown.
Homemade strawberry basil pie and hand-whipped cream for Chantae's birthday. Now if she'd only get home...
Think this was built by one of Bot and Dolly's robots. As Andrew said, looks like a Frank Gehry building.
Robot gallery at the Robot Film Festival. The Bot and Dolly studio is amazing.
For the first time, a cork disintegrated as I tried to remove it from the bottle. Luckily, Ridge is delicious.
Enjoying the last moments the train is empty before the commuting hordes descend. Also, that guy's neon green shoe laces.