It’s just like the AWS pop-up lounge…
…and the famous AWS pop-up house of yesteryear:
Well, here you go, as ably told by San Francisco Chronicle scribe Carolyn Said:
And here’s the scene, yesterday:
Kind of cute, I suppose. Like something out of 1973’s Sleepers:
This passerby was fascinated – she couldn’t get enough of this:
And in the world capital of illegally parked Mercedes Benzes, what do we find on the sidewalks of the Outside Lands, of the Great Sand Wastes of the Middle Richmond, but this? The little robot took a while to think and then simply went around the scofflaw’s car, easy peasy:
Is this The Future?
Here’s what you do, you take the Apple logo, complete with a bite out of the right side and then you combine it with, IDK, how about Mickey Mouse, and then you call your electronics store on Grant near Broadway Applesomething and BABY YOU’RE IN BUSINESS!
Let’s take a peek inside:
It’s sparse, baby:
(I don’t really have an iPhone. I don’t think I ever will. But if you want to make Yet Another Trip To The “Genius” “Bar,” it’s located the next street over, on Stockton.)
But then there was “backlash”…
…so Ron Conway has less influence about town today, and you hear this meaningless phrase less often.
That’s something to ponder as you stand upon McAllister and gaze upon this scene of two Victorian era buildings of the “Alamo Square Historic District” in the Western Addition:
Man, that’s innovative!