Photos from some sight seeing in San Francisco and the Union Street Festival. Jamie was generous enough to give Frank and I a great scenic tour! We checked out the Golden Gate Bridge, the Exploratorium at the Palace of Fine Arts, George Lucas Campus, and the beautiful San Francisco coast.
is (update: was) a free open source media center for Windows/Mac/Linux with social networking features. This event focused on the winners of the the dev challenge. In San Francisco on June 23rd (at the Mezzanine).
Check out all the new announcements over at TechCrunch.
The 98-year old ING Bay to Breakers 12K is one of the world’s largest and oldest footraces with 65,000+ participants and 100,000+ spectators annually, is held annually in San Francisco, CA. The name reflects the traditional course which runs from the northeast end of the downtown area (the “bay”) to the west end of the city and the “breakers” of Ocean Beach. It features world-class athletes in addition to costumed runners and ‘fun-loving’ folks out for a great day of running and walking through San Francisco. A testament to San Francisco’s uniqueness and audacity. Each year, the race is a glorious celebration of the human spirit – a giant wave of athleticism, fun, frivolity, and determination.
On my 2nd day in San Francisco, Frank and I decide to see if we can find downtown San Francisco…