ArtLung Posts tagged with san-francisco
Central California has some real beauty.
(Dec 24, 2011)
Leah and I, as well as the 3 boys drove north to from Moorpark to Burlingame. It’s near the San Francisco Airport. It’s pretty here, but cold. Cold enough for me to look up a quote by Mark Twain. Sadly, the quote is not a true one. Mark Twain never said, “The coldest winter I…
San Francisco, BlogHer, and Me
(Feb 22, 2010)
Sometimes, drafts of posts sit in “draft” mode for a long time. I drafted this in August of 2008, a year and a half ago. I’m updating it as best I can and pushing it out into the world. For the past two years, my wife Leah has attended the main BlogHer Conference. The first…
Bear Creek Apartments; Bryan Lee O’Malley
(Aug 23, 2008)
When I was in San Francisco I picked up the first two of the Scott Pilgrim comics while at Isotope Comics (whose very cool owner James Sime has a twitter stream). I enjoyed them immensely on the trip back home and have subsequently picked up numbers 3 and 4 as well. In addition I picked…
Coit Tower, Lombard Street, Me
(Jul 28, 2008)
Lots happening. In lieu of a content post tonight, here are some photos from San Francisco!
Mural Headline: “Home Foreclosures; Banks Refuse U.S. Home Loan Bonds”
(Jul 25, 2008)
As the cliché goes: the more things change, the more they stay the same. Detail from this mural from Coit Tower, built in 1933, during the Great Depression: These photos are from my series of photos of the murals at the base of Coit Tower, from last week when I visited San Francisco.
San Francisco Suggestions?
(Jul 15, 2008)
Hey-o: Leah and I are going to BlogHer this weekend, now I, not being a woman, and wanting to relax anyway, am going to be chilling in San Francisco Friday and Saturday (Thursday night and Sunday morning too, but to a much lesser extent obviously, since we’re driving from and to Moorpark those days). So…
Ramble about Vince
(Apr 04, 2002)
Tomorrow morning my friend Vince will go in for surgery to address a tumor in his head near his pituitary gland. Vince is the fellow on the right in this picture. Vince was a big mentor to me in Respiratory School, and in some ways I was to him too. We have had many very…
Old Home Weekend
(Mar 15, 2002)
I’ve been thinking about my old job, Jamison/Gold Interactive (no link, they got bought by a big IT Company and crumpled up and blew away) a lot lately. They were a boutique web outfit in Los Angeles, and did excellent Web/Interactive Design. Some news on some of the participants in that place: Brett Walker, Designer,…