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On Travel and Social Media …

Hello my fellow travelers. If only for a brief moment, I will interrupt my travel adventures to return to the United States to participate in the Periscope Community Summit in San Francisco. I will be among dozens of speakers and 1,000 attendees who...
by Mike Tends To Travel on Dec 19, 2015

On Travel and Social Media …

Hello my fellow travelers. If only for a brief moment, I will interrupt my travel adventures to return to the United States to participate in the Periscope Community Summit in San Francisco. I will be among dozens of speakers and 1,000 attendees who...
by Mike Tends To Travel on Dec 19, 2015

Mount Diablo och Highway 1

På söndagen åkte vi runt lite. Tog costal highway ner till Santa Cruz och sedan vidare till San Jose. Regnigt, blåsigt! Sedan finns det ett berg här hemma som heter Mount Diablo som ligger 1,173 m över havet. Vi ser berget från oss men det var...
by Livet i San Francisco on Dec 18, 2015

TOGAF® 9 Certifications Exceed 50,000

By The Open Group We are proud to announce that the number of individuals certified in the TOGAF® 9 certification program as of December 16, 2015, is now over 50,000. This represents over 12,000 new certifications in the past twelve … Continue...
by The Open Group Blog on Dec 17, 2015

Winter Fancy Food Show : Otajoy, Otafuku Okonomiyaki

One of my favorite event every year is the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco.  It's a wonderful event where vendors from all over the world come to showcase their new products for buyer, retailers, media, and more! If you are part of the food...
by Kat's 9 Lives on Dec 17, 2015

TOGAF® 9 Certifications Exceed 50,000

By The Open Group We are proud to announce that the number of individuals certified in the TOGAF® 9 certification program as of December 16, 2015, is now over 50,000. This represents over 12,000 new certifications in the past twelve … Continue...
by The Open Group Blog on Dec 17, 2015

Point Bonita Lighthouse och Redwoodsträd

Vi fortsatte ut på kusten under lördagen och hittade en jätte mysig fyr som låg på en klippa. För att komma ut till den var det en vajer-bro som man fick gå över. Blåste ganska mycket och det var stora vågor! Jätte mysigt ställe! Vi åkte...
by Livet i San Francisco on Dec 17, 2015

Första basket matchen – Golden State Warriors vs Phoenix Suns

Igår visste jag att Kristofer skulle på basket med jobbet. Två timmar innan så ringer han och frågar om jag vill följa med då det finns en biljett över! (yeey) Vi hade en egen loge med massa mat och dricka. Utanför var det en stor dessertvag...
by Livet i San Francisco on Dec 17, 2015

Lands End och Golden Gate

I helgen hyrde vi en bil då Mangan är här och hälsar på. Åkte runt här runt i kring Bay Area (som är VÄLDIGT stort). Lands End har jag ju visat på bilder förut (Lands End) men det blåste riktigt mycket denna gången så den lilla stranden...
by Livet i San Francisco on Dec 16, 2015

"Curbed Appeal . . . "

The new entrance to SMW DesignGreetings -A big "thank you" to Mary Jo Bowling and Curbed.com for the charming tour through SMW Design's our new offices - here in the San Francisco Design Center.Check it out here.Cheers,Scot...
by The Adventures of Tartanscot on Dec 14, 2015

Creative Genius at Autodesk Gallery San Francisco

Autodesk’s premiere gallery at One Market showcases incredible design from the likes of Nike, Lego and Mercedes-Benz. Visit to see firsthand how Autodesk customers use design to enrich our lives and shape our world from entertainment to medic...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 14, 2015

Childs Play at the Exploratorium, San Francisco

A visit to the Exploratorium at Pier 15 on the Embarcadero is an absolute must for families visiting with small children. There are tons of interactive displays to engage little ones for hours on end. Every aspect of science is covered such …...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

Sea Life, Planets and Nature Combine at the California Academy of Sciences

The California Academy of Sciences houses living collections of marine life, amphibians, birds and more. The building itself is topped with an incredible undulating living roof complete with solar panels, skylights and weather stations. The Stein...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

Farm House Charm at Boulettes Larder, San Francisco

The open farmhouse kitchen screams simple yet lovely style at this Ferry Building establishment. The Mezze with hummus, carrot relish and tzatziki served with fresh pita bread was phenomenal. The succulent seafood salad lightly dressed with a vinaigr...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

Chic Italian in the Heart of the Financial District: Barbacco San Francisco

At 11:45, this place instantly went from sleepy to buzzing with a line out the door of downtown business people. The decor is modern chic as is the food. The yummy Bruschette includes a choice of three such as creamy Tuscan … Continue reading...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

Cruis’n the Bay in Style: Blue & Gold Fleet San Francisco

Taking the Blue & Gold Fleet cruise under the arches of the Golden Gate Bridge and around the haunting island of Alcatraz is a bucket list experience. Especially, when the skies are crystal clear blue and visibility is exceptional. Leaded and &#...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

What’s on Tap at Drake’s Brewing Company

The cavernous brewery and tasting room in San Leandro is a great place to hangout on weekends and catch some live music. Drake’s renown craft beer is available on draft, in 12oz 6 packs and 22oz Bombers. Both the refreshing Alpha … Conti...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

Family Friendly Pizza Place: Dino & Santino’s San Francisco

Greek family-owned and run Dino & Santino’s on Fillmore in the prestigious San Francisco Pacific Heights neighborhood is a fun casual spot to dine. The Clams and Garlic pizza was quite good and portions are ample.
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

Happy Hour Hot Spot: Perry’s San Francisco

Located on the ground floor of the posh Hotel Griffon at the edge of the financial district, Perry’s draws a well-heeled clientele from nearby businesses and hotel guests. Perry Butler opened his original restaurant on Union Street over 45...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015

Classic Italian at North Beach Institution: Original Joe’s San Francisco

Having been in business for over 75 years, Original Joe’s is truly part of the fabric of North Beach. The traditional decor with comfy leather booths and candle lit tables elicits a sense of nostalgic warmth. The Caesar Salad was … Contin...
by Wabisabi Green on Dec 13, 2015


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