Author Archives: pbergman
Playa del Carmen or simply ‘Playa’ is located about 1 hour south of Cancun on the Eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. It was probably once simply the port town for the ferry to the island of Cozumel but has grown into a destination on it’s own. It has adapted well to the … Continue reading
How cool was the Google screen on Pacman’s 30th birthday! For me, checking Google everyday is so much fun. Usually creative artwork or something but a playable Pacman screen? That’s creative!
In the last 24 hours I’ve been affected by bikers (the peddle variety) not paying attention to traffic laws twice. The first time, a set of 3 riders blew through a stop sign and almost got hit by a car, which had stopped and was entering the intersecion slowly. The bikers shouted obscenities at the … Continue reading
Well Mr Verizon guy. Have you not been to a place called San Francisco? I don’t have anything but simple voice coverage here DOWNTOWN! WTF? Is Downtown San Francisco just too small a market for you? I want credit for the 5 days I was here! I’ll be at your office in the morning to … Continue reading
Hello Traccstackers! Feeling good after the Dreamforce conference! I get the feeling that we are on the verge of this “cloud” thig getting big! I see a race here with Google to catch market share before Big ‘G’ releases their new CRM I’m now up to speed on a lot of great technology and excited … Continue reading
Always good to be back in my home town!
Ok, those of you looking to get a great location in downtown San Francisco need only go so far as Union Square Plaza Hotel! This little (gem?) isn’t nearly as bad as the $59/night rate suggests! No shared bathroom or anything! Ok…well, the radiator is held together with masking tape. Not DUCT tape! Masking tape. … Continue reading
This photo was taken on BART in San Francisco. You will see, in emergencies you are to wait on the adjacent track for the rescue train… I sure hope all the non-rescue trains are aware that there will be people standing on the tracks!
As with most large cities, SFO is a ways out of town. Getting into town is not hard. There ate taxis, buses, and the local subway called BART. (Bay Area Rapid Transit) there is a BART station in the airport, just take the skytrains to it.
On takeoff the flight attendant said “if you have just joined us, welcome aboard.” My question being, how many people did we pick up there on the taxiway?