"Golden Gate Bridge" Tag Archive

November 28, 2014 » The Power of Constraints and Practice

I love the Golden Gate Bridge. I’m lucky enough to be able to see it from where I live. I never get sick of gazing at it, visiting it, or taking pictures of it. For me, it never gets old. Still, I know that the hundreds of stock photos I’ve taken of this iconic bridge […]

October 23, 2007 » Walking and Learning in Chicago

The first time I met Howard Rheingold, he suggested we go on a walk. A few weeks later, I met Howard at his house, which lies at the foot of Mount Tamalpais in Mill Valley, and we walked and talked. It was wonderful.    (MND) Ever since I moved to San Francisco a few years […]

July 21, 2005 » Officially A City Guy

After nine wonderful years in the Silicon Valley, I recently moved 40 miles north to San Francisco. It’s a move I’ve thought about for many years, but a combination of circumstances finally made it reality.    (JII) Some initial impressions:    (JIJ) It’s foggy all the time. I’m enough of a Bay Area veteran to […]