More Roaming Around Land’s End

Today we went east, toward to bridge and away from the ocean. We walked over 15,000 steps, went up/down the equivalent of 22 flights of stairs, and encountered a “Closed Trail” sign that had a large notice: “People have fallen to their deaths from this trail. Keep Out!” We didn’t go that way! The Eagle Point Labyrinth is indeed an… Continue reading

Can I Lease My Rooftop?

So, this is going to be really, really annoying! Apparently a startup in San Francisco is selling your daily routes to work and back to companies willing to post advertisements on your car. The car owner gets paid about $100 per month to have the advertisements stuck to their car. “This car runs on advertising.” The daily route you take… Continue reading

My Panos Selected for 360Cities’ Editor’s Pick and Google Earth

Back in March of 2009, just over 3 years ago, when I was finally beginning to actually understand how to make 360º panoramas, I uploaded 4 of my panos to 360Cities. I really was exploring their service and trying to learn more about panoramas at the time. Little did I know that one of those panos, showing the 2007 draught-stricken… Continue reading

Trulia App – An Awesome App for Moving

Those who read my blog know that a couple of weeks ago I was in San Farncisco only to learn during that visit that I was definitely moving there. God, I hate moving! Finding a home in which you actually want to live is always a challenge, especially in an expensive and expansive city like San Francisco. And, yes… I… Continue reading