I’m taking in WordCamp San Francisco this weekend via live stream. I attended the 2-day WordPress developer conference back in 2010 live and in person. I got to hear WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg speak as the keynote and I was very impressed and walked away feeling pretty inspired about all things WP. This year I opted to give the live streaming option a try and kicked off my two-day WP semi-binge in some comfy sweats with a cup of hot coffee! I heart the web. Click the link below to read my thoughts about the first talk I attended.
The GLBT Historical Society is having their annual gala, UNMASKED, on Wednesday, October 29th, from 6pm to 9pm in San Francisco, California. Continue reading
There is a new bar in San Francisco and this new Castro watering hole has made the SF page. Click below to read more about this new establishment.
From the annals of stuff you don’t see every day I bring you this fantastic and entertaining shot. Any guesses as to where you might find such a work of art? I’ll give you a tip: It’s NOT from the movie set of any of the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids films. Lol.
I had the opportunity this past weekend to participate in an advanced screening of Love is Strange starring John Lithgow, Alfred Molina, and Marisa Tomei. It was held at the Delancey Street Screening Room, which I didn’t know existed, at 600 The Embarcadero in San Francisco. The film is directed by Iran Sachs, there was a Q&A with the director after the film, and the screening was in partnership with the Karpel Group.
In what I would gather to be a marketing move, the newly minted Silicon Valley Pride takes place in San Jose, California this weekend. This year’s theme is “honoring our past and securing our future.”