My most incoherent headline yet.
And this was the answer.
Comes now The Tens with his take on photographer-model duality:
Via The Tens – click to expand
Well, looky here – that TCWZ is paying dividends already, or something. Here’s the newest “Chinese art museum” to hit the Mid -Market, at 1023 betwixt 6th and 7th. See?
Though there is Great Disorder Under Heaven, the Situation is Excellent for opening an art museum in the Tenderloin-ish Mid-Market area:
But what’s this? You need to contact a security guard before attempting to leave the building?
Wasn’t that how the Movementarians kept people in line? I think so.
I fear that God is Not in Heaven
In the dark of the night
The dark of the night
The I Ching
Now, if you want to do the challenge right, you got to go full screen and you got to pay attention.
Also, put the beep beep noises on mute and have the music* from this effort from fellow thin, urban, head-geared white-boy on in the background.
All right? Commençons:
Couldn’t make it to the end myself. But, obliviously, it’s a superb collection.
*”Rolling to the diner with my half-off Groupon” would be so much better than “half-off coupon.” Also, I can hear Eminem bleeding in at times – all white rappers sound alike to me…
Our Cliff House area. Better left:
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Just wanted to note the excellence of these relatively new San Francisco-area local blogs. AFAIK, they weren’t around a couple of years ago, yet they’ve all matured into awesome sites* already.
From West to East:
Haighteration (Lower Haight)
Tenderblog (The Tenderloin)
The Tens (The Tenderloin)
From Tenderblog, with news from this AM:
So, what’s stopping YOU from doing the same in YOUR AREA?
Why is there no “Sunset District Blog” that’s of the caliber of the Richmond District Blog? Where’s a BayView / Hunters Point Blog? Where’s my Marina / Cow Hollow Blog with frequent postings?* (Of course the Mission has Mission Mission, the doyenne of area local blogs, but there’s still lots of unscrutinized territory out there.)
It’s not too late to get going – less than $1 a month for your URL and $3.88 a month for unlimited bandwidth and unlimited storage on a server that’s RAIDed-up six ways to Sunday. Or get started at WordPress.com for just nothing per month. Or even the Tumblr (“the easiest way to blog’) – it’s free as well, right?
You have been informed – it’s still totally wide open.
*I’m sure I’m missing some good efforts from people. Tell me, send me a URL and I’ll take a look at your joint.