Monthly Archives: March 2007

QotD: Women Making History

March is National Women's History Month.  What women are making history today? All of them, actually. Missed the memo, did you?

They say that everything looks prettier in storefront glass

Song for Siobhan (Fresh Cherries from Yakima cover) George Kelly Douglas Martin wrote it the other day. I liked the lyrics. I e-mailed him to ask what the chords were. I don't think I got them quite right. Update: This is a little closer to what it should sound like. Song for Siobhan (Louderbass Mix) […]

No There There #3: Photowalking 8, Half Moon Bay

                                                             Click To Play                                          Going photowalking in Half Moon Bay on a foggy Sunday morning with Robert Scoble, Thomas Hawk and several other Bay Area bloggers.

Letting your tape rock till your tape pop

"[…] As he clicked away Saturday night, wearing the cast-off clothes of those in attendance, he frequently reached behind his back without looking, grabbing the hands of audience members who were supposed to be surrounding him onstage, clasping them in a strange display of ironic solidarity or as a plea for performative assistance. I’m not […]

On Vox: Letting your tape rock till your tape pop

“[…] As he clicked away Saturday night, wearing the cast-off clothes of those in attendance, he frequently reached behind his back without looking, grabbing the hands of audience members who were supposed to be surrounding him onstage, clasping them in… » Read more on Vox

No There There #2: South By Cellphone

No There There #2

No There There #1

Oakland Meets Obama

My mind is telling me no …

SAN FRANCISCO FILM SOCIETY PRESENTS SF360 FILM + CLUB: TRAPPED IN THE CLOSET SING-ALONG FEATURING THE ARTISTIC CANON OF R. KELLY AT MEZZANINESF360 Film+Club Takes Movies Out of the Theater and Puts Them in the Club San Francisco, CA (March 14, 2007) – The San Francisco Film Society presents the latest SF360 Film+Club, a monthly […]

SXSW2007: RPM

I didn't take a picture of her. It didn't matter. None wouldn't have done her justice. How do you describe someone who picks you up and takes you where you want to go? Who gives you shelter and snark? Who goads you to try a little red wine and shares thoughtful takes on microfiction when […]

Saturday evening, 3rd and San Jacinto

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