Monthly Archives: November 2013
Hi Everyone, Here’s the link to Click City episode 10/ Comfort Food/Awkward Encounter: http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Click-City-Episode-10-Comfort-food-awkward-5014464.php
From Click City: Roger looked up at the pigeons perched on the feed antenna. “Not again,” he said under his breath. He was convinced — even if he couldn’t actually hear the static — that bird droppings were interfering with the high-frequency microwaves and lowering his SNR. This was enough — almost — to back out of the deal on the Dolores Street house. Roger was not the first […]
Hello, Here’s episode 8 of Click City: http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Click-City-Episode-8-On-the-trail-of-wily-girls-4994463.php#photo-5485769
Here’s a link to Episode 7—Roger’s unexpected domestic crisis: http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Click-City-Episode-7-Ready-to-rendezvous-until-4986349.php After today, Click City will run in its regular spot on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Datebook. I’d love to hear your comments, thoughts, or stories about what is happening in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
Hi Everyone, Here’s Click City episode 6: http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Click-City-Episode-6-A-date-with-apprehension-4983901.php#photo-5464256
Click City episode 5 just went up. Andy makes an uncomfortable compromise. http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Click-City-Episode-5-A-mutually-beneficial-deal-4981591.php I’d love to hear your comments.
Meet Andy Stevens, who works in Union Square in Click City. Only her boss and her father call her Andrea. Here’s Click City Episode 4: http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Click-City-Episode-4-The-image-becomes-clearer-4978707.php
Click City Episode 3 is live: Beth Fixes a Leak and Stokes a Flame. http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Click-City-Episode-3-Fixing-a-leak-stoking-a-4975297.php A little background on the hacker contests: The residents of the hacker hostel AT 101 enter bug bounty competitions for extra money. Companies offer cash prizes to anyone who finds a bug that can crash their server. There are also sponsored Iron Chef-style competitions, where a target computer is placed on the network and […]
With the rents skyrocketing in San Francisco, driven tech people are willing to live in linen closets. Communal living to share expenses and ideas is very popular. While often these places are broken-down Victorians like my hacker hostel AT 101 in the Mission, there are some fancy incubators in Pacific Heights mansions. I visited a hostel on Twin Peaks with 5-star views. If you’re a bunch of single people with […]