Things have been quiet around here. I was traveling — New York, to be precise. I left my computer behind and was busy meeting people in real life, despite the nasty cold weather. It is good to be back in San Francisco and experience some glorious weather and sunshine. Here are some photos from an early morning walk to the top of the Bernal Hill Park. (If you are intrigued by the chairs and that table, then you can find out more in my Storehouse story.) They were snapped with my Sony RX-1 camera. It is fun getting to know this camera, all over again.
Microsoft has acquired two iOS applications — Acompli (email) and Sunrise* (calendar) — for about $300 million. Those acquisitions are good for the founders (and their investors). Some might see it as a sign of a new Microsoft — aggressive and quick in trying to turnover a new leaf. To me, they are all of … Continue reading Microsoft’s mobile inabilities
Some Instagram friends invited me to come along for a photowalk this morning. We went to the top of the Bernal Heights Summit Park and waited for sun to come out. The cold, brisk dark dawn gave way to a warm, luscious and charming sunrise and a mellow day. It is almost impossible to think of this as Thanksgiving weather, but I will take it. These photos were taken by my RX-100 Mark II. Enjoy the photos!