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Hey, is That Notorious “Bluewolf” Salesforce DreamForce Chalk Ad Company Making Amends with SFMTA Bus Advertising?Thursday, October 8th, 2015
I’ve never seen an ad like this afore:
How long did it take to create, one wonders? About two seconds?
No matter, I’m sure SFGov is starting to think of the bluewolf as a good corporate citizen now…
Dreamforce Nightmare: Ohio-Based Advertising Firm Glee-fully Mocks SF – Boasts of “Earned Media Impressions” from Illegal GraffitiTuesday, September 15th, 2015
And here’s the write-up by Joe Garofoli: “Tech company defies San Francisco graffiti ban at Dreamforce.”
Now let’s hear from the people at CivitasNow, the company what promised to clean up the sidewalks of SoMA and the Financh yesterday afternoon:
@bsinram 14 hours ago We’re making headlines from coast to coast @CivitasNow http://blog.sfgate.com/techchron/2015/09/14/tech-company-defies-city-ban-against-putting-logo-on-sidewalks/ …,
You see that? They think this whole sitch is funny.
I think I see the problem here, I think the CivitasNow people are thinking they might get a ticket for two or three or four or five figures, but, IRL, what they might end up with is a settlement for six or seven figures if they continue to embarrass / piss off / mock area residents, such as a Mayor, or a City Attorney, or even a Benioff or two.
Hey CivitasNow, hey Bluewolf, do you think there might be a reason why some DreamForcers covered up some of your numerous chalk ads?
Perhaps you all have reached Pariah status, but you don’t even know it?
Marc Benioff’s DREAMFORCE 2015 Starts Off on the Wrong Foot: Illegal Ads from “Bluewolf” Mar Sidewalks of SoMAMonday, September 14th, 2015
[UPDATE: This webpage (“Dreamforce Swag”) was just pulled by “Bluewolf.” Here’s what it used to look like:
So that takes care of that.
So, no you didn’t have permits, right, Bluewolf people? Or if you do, then share the info – it sure would interesting to see that. Thank you, drive through. END OF UPDATES]
Via KatieOnViolin, you can’t do this:
Oh, what’s that, it’s only temporary? Well, that’s what they all say.
And there’s this:
“Citizens can obtain permits for sidewalk stencils, but there is no legal means for a company to advertise using sidewalk stencils, Gordon said. Still, many companies throughout the years have created guerrilla marketing campaigns on city sidewalks, including Zynga and IBM.”
What you bluewolfers ought to do, you know, wikiwiki, is come on downstairs, buy some brushes at a CVS, and then start scrubbing…
The “Innovation Capital of the World” Uses Old-School Tech: Leaning Over with a Piece of Chalk at the End of a StickFriday, May 15th, 2015
There are pros and cons, of course, to using a stick to chalk-mark car tyres and then coming back two or three hours later to see if the car has moved away, in accordance with the 415’s infamous Residential Parking Permit Program.
Here’s what it looks like:
An actual world capital of innovation would employ GPS and license plate scanners, these days, right?
Anyway, on the pro side, this method works, sort of. What some people do to stick it to the man is to rub off the chalk marks to buy a few more hours of free parking, until the next round of SFMTA marking and checking, but that’s agin the rules – you could get in trouble for that, one supposes.
On the con side, our PCO’s are routinely Bending Over with Piece of Chalk at the End of a Stick. The reason why it costs our SFMTA an excessive amount of money to run the RPP program is because there’s no market discipline at work here, there’s no incentive for the SFMTA to save money because of how CA state law works, oh well.
Anyway, just because your Interim Mayor says that your town is the “Innovation Capital of the World” doesn’t necessarily mean that your town is actually the “Innovation Capital of the World”
KEEPING THE PANHANDLE WEIRD: 2015 “Now Festival” Runs April 19th-25th – A Massive Schedule – “Slackline City?”Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
Note the carve out for the afternoon of Annual 420 Day, held, as always, on April 20th.
Note Slackline City in a city park – is that legal? IDK. We’ll see. (IMO, RPD’s signs banning affixing items don’t match our Park Code.)
Note Chalk The Panhandle – is that legal? Not that I know of. Again, we’ll see. (Chalk ads like those on the sidewalks of Fulton promoting the Now Festival last year could certainly get NL in Dutch with Dennis Herrera.)
Do the people at NeighborLand, people like Dan Parham, Candy Chang, and Tee Parham, know about these issues? Are they aware? I know not.
And now, on with the show:
Sunday April 19
10 am: Rock ‘N’ Swap – McClaren Center, 2130 Fulton St
11 am: Lindy in the Park: Free Outdoor Swing Dance – JFK Dr. between 8th and 10th behind the de Young Museum
11 am: Slackline City – Fell and Clayton St
11:30 am: Kubb Tournament – Fell and Clayton St
Noon: Belated Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt – McKinley Statue
Noon: Non-Motorized Transportation – Unite – Meet at the beginning of JFK Drive
Noon: Community Beach Volleyball Tournament – Ocean Beach south of the Cliffhouse
Noon: Chalk the Panhandle – Panhandle Park McKinley Statue
1 pm: Field Day – Panhandle Park – McKinley Statue
2 pm: Live Band Silent Disco – Panhandle Playground Area
2 pm: Psychic Friends Pop-Up Healing Station – Panhandle on the east side of Masonic
2 pm: Vinyasa Yoga in the Park – Meet at McKinley Statue in the Panhandle
3:30 pm: Cookie Bake Off and Recipe Exchange – Panhandle Park, McKinley Statue
5 pm: Community Art Creation – Panhandle Park McKinley Statue
9:30 pm: Sunday Sessions at Madrone – Madrone Art Bar
Monday April 20th
9 am: Pop Up Yoga – Central and Fell
1 pm: Peanut Butter Jelly Parklet – Haight St near Clayton
6 pm: Let’s Get Knotty – Panhandle Park – McKinley Statue
6:30 pm: Let food be your medicine – Richmond YMCA 360 18th avenue
7 pm: Human Centered Design Community Prototyping Workshop Explosion – 2097 Turk Street SF; St. Cyprian’s Church
7:30 pm: Richard Goldstein “Another Little Piece of My Heart” Book Release – The Booksmith
8:30 pm: Pub Quiz at Nickie’s – Nickie’s – 466 Haight St
Tuesday, April 21st
11:30 am: USF Earth Day Celebration – Gleeson Plaza – USF 2130 Fulton St
Noon: Tuesday Air Raid – all over SF
6 pm: Bibliobicicleta – Panhandle Park – Fell and Central
7 pm: Love Thy Nature Film Screening plus Honoring John Muir’s Birthday – The Vogue Theater
7:30 pm: RADAR Banned Book Series, YA Edition! Hosted by Michelle Tea – The Booksmith
7:30 pm: SF Wisdom Hackers Salon #2 – 1554 Fulton St
7:30 pm: Urban Groove Jam Session – St. Cyprian’s 2097 Turk St
10 pm: Brass Magic at Madrone Art Bar – Madrone Art Bar, 500 Divisadero St
Wednesday, April 22nd
11 am: Earth Day Photo Booth Parklet – Haight St. near Clayton
Noon: Tetherball – 611 Baker St
6 pm: Loops and Shutters – Madrone Art Bar, 500 Divisadero St
6:30 pm: Library Film Night – Park Branch Library
7:30 pm: Louella Hill: “Kitchen Creamery: Making Yogurt, Butter & Cheese at Home” Book Release – The Booksmith
Thursday, April 23rd
11:30 pm: Mid-Day Party at USF – USF Gleeson Plaza
3 pm: Referee the Wiggle – Waller and Steiner st – The Wiggle
7 pm: Variété – Bay Area Storytellers – Second Act, 1727 Haight St
7 pm: …And NOW For Something More Intimate – 1554 Fulton St
Friday, April 24th
11:30 pm: Potluck Picnic and Board Games – Panhandle Park, McKinley Statue
2 pm: Edible Plants Education & Workshop – USF Community Garden 2500 Turk
2 pm: Free Flower Friday – Panhandle Park – McKinley Statue
2 pm: USF Community Garden Workday – USF Community Garden – 2500 Turk St
2:30 pm: Homeless Youth Alliance Hosts Game Group – Park Branch Library
3 pm: DMV Concierge – entrance to the San Francisco DMV
3:30 pm: Help Keep the Park Clean – Panhandle Park, McKinley Statue
4 pm: Giant Crossword Puzzles – Panhandle Park – meet at McKinley Statue
6:30 pm: Emergency Bookswap featuring Courtney Moreno – The Booksmith
7 pm: Mystic Tea at Tea Oasis SF featuring Tarot Mystic Inbal Meron – The Center SF 548 Fillmore St
7:30 pm: Folked – The Red Victorian, 1665 Haight St
7:30 pm: B-Movie Night, Revenge of the Hecklefest – Second Act, 1727 Haight St
11:59 pm: Midnight Pajama Silent Disco – Secret Location
Saturday, April 25th
Noon: Chalk the Panhandle – Panhandle Park McKinley Statue
Noon: Hero Ball – 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament with Costumes – Panhandle Park Basketball Courts
1 pm: Decentralized Dance Party (DDP) – Location TBA
2 pm: Panhandle High-Five Bike Ride – Panhandle Park – McKinley Statue
1 pm: Mobile Bike Repair Station from Yellow Bike Project – Panhandle Park – McKinley Statue
2 pm: Geo-Caching – Meet at McKinley Statue – Panhandle Park
7:30 pm: NOW! Closing Ceremonies – Never Ordinary Saturday – St. Cyprian’s,