I wonder if this could be integrated into a CMS?
If you squint, there’s a photo of me standing on stage behind Tim Berners-Lee.
New Places feature on Flickr is lovely.
Downtown Santa Cruz yesterday in daylight hours, among throngs of candy-seeking children and stroller-pushing parents (notably, myself, the wife, and our neighbors).
I’m the one in the funny hat.
Last year, this costume was quite a bit less baby-friendly.
The last time I was in San Francisco, I battled with a bout of nostalgia as I missed the real City.
But hanging out in North Beach yesterday, I remembered the thing about San Francisco I noticed a few years back: The signage hasn’t been updated in 20 years or so.
Check out the old-school logos. They’re all over town, especially the soda signage, for whatever reason. And not a trace of Copperplate Gothic Bold in sight. Seriously, Copperplate Gothic Bold is the new Comic Sans. It’s not a bad font on it’s own, but now it’s everywhere, etched on every new retail window in some cities. (I definitely noticed an onslaught of it in Boston, for example.)
I’m just sayin’, if there’s something I like about San Francisco (other than the fact we all had a good time yesterday, circumnavigating the festival going on in the park and eating cannoli) it’s the signage.
Four links to online image resizing services, all of which will keep the newsroom from needing Photoshop.