Archive for December, 2007

Mission Dolores

Dec 31 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

It’s been a long time. I don’t know what to type.

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Yoga?

Dec 24 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

Some people were doing this flexy activity outside of Moscone West, where we were attending Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. While I’ve learned a lot at WWDC these past two years, the strongest memories are definitely of playing Munchkin at the hotel after hours.

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Discovery Park

Dec 17 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

This tunnel under the street in Discovery Park has an eerie glow, especially when it’s starting to get dark outside. I love how much of this city makes you feel like you aren’t anywhere near a city at all.

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Garage nest

Dec 16 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

A bird made its home on this pipe in the garage of our apartment building, right above our parking spot. It was pretty calm around people, so we got a pretty good look at it when we came out to the car.

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“WE CARE”

Dec 06 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

Emphatic quotation marks at their best.

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Hello

Dec 06 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

This kitty, and a dog across the street, often peeked out at us as we started our daily walk.

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Rattlesnake Ledge

Dec 06 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

I guess I’d choose “911” in this case, for brevity and memorability.

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The Claw.

Dec 06 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

[Meditate on that for a while.](http://context.metalbat.com/?1125)

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Alpaca Office

Dec 04 2007 Published by under Uncategorized

The alpaca office is in there, apparently. This comes from an outing with our friends Jon and Sarah, who are a couple of the *grown-up friends* we’ve acquired in Seattle. See, with some of our friends, we still have a pretty college-style way of hanging out: spontaneous invitations to hang out, dropping in to sit on the floor and play video games, unselfconsciously bouncing around between activities. With other friends, it feels grown up: in-advance planning, an offering of something to drink when we arrive, lots of taking care to be nice to each other. Actually, trying to think of attributes of either type leaves me thinking that the difference is just in my head, and I just segregate friends into ones I met before college and ones I met after.

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