[spam] and Google.. wow, I though that was my job →
Google’s chief spamfighter says that he’s seeing less spam email coming into Google Mail and speculates that spammers are giving up on bulk spam because of the efficacy of filters; he predicts an enormous rise in quasi-spam from companies that you did business with once or twice and now feel entitled to email you all the time. I get craploads of this stuff myself — PR releases...
Bart removes it's food and drink policy and the... →
BART has caved on its food and drink policy after 35 years of strict enforcement (drink policy? what drink policy?). Following a deal brokered with Metropolitan Coffee and Concession Co., Peet’s coffee will settle in to up to eight Bay Area stations, the first by the end of January; likely sites include all of the major downtown stops plus a few suburban outlets. Whop-de-doo. [SF Examiner]
Aftermath of the oil spill in SF →
Sleep - Insomnia - Beds and Bedding - Medicine and... →
Phottle blog: Houses with a View →
Paradise Lost: Oil Slick Reaches— gasp!... →
Oh poor, disenfranchised, foreclosed Marin— Head for the hills! Heard about those 58,000 gallons of fuel that spilled into the Bay— our Bay— yesterday and closed down the beaches— our beaches— while you were off playing in Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood? Some of those gallons are floating merrily across the bay and right at you! While none have yet reached shore, oil slicks have been reported off...
Nice looking mural in San Francisco →
Todd says: This is Victorion, a new mural by Sirron Norris that he recently completed on Balmy Alley in San Francisco’s Mission District. (Balmy is a small alley that’s lined with colorful murals, many of which have political themes.) I love it — it’s sort of a Mission District version of Transformers crossed with Howl’s Moving Castle, done in the style of a twisted...