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ArtLung posts tagged with “san-francisco”


  • Central California has some real beauty.

    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

    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

    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

    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”

    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?

    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

    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

    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,…