Tag Archives: San Francisco

The BUILD Developer Event Will Return To San Fran In 2014!


Good news for developers who have missed the BUILD developer event, it will return to San Francisco in 2014! In a brief announcement that was later pulled down, Microsoft announced the BUILD developer event to be returning to San Francisco, on April 2nd, 2014 and tickets will reportedly go on sale on January 14th.

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San Francisco Made Out of Jell-O

After all of the world’s major cities are decimated my nuclear weapons, engineers of the future might decide to rebuild with a cheaper building material alternative. Case in point, Jell-O. The Golden Gate Bridge would be a hell of a lot tastier, that’s for sure. You won’t want to hike through the city streets without a spoon and some Cool ...

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Photos of Twitter’s New Headquarters

Check out Twitter’s new digs in the SoMa district of San Francisco. Not too shabby. Mostly designed by co-founder Ev Williams and his wife Sara, Twitter’s new headquarters is focused on minimalism, modernism and an odd fascination with deer. These photos and many more were lovingly uploaded at the official Twitter photostream on Flickr. Head over there to see the ...

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Seriously Twisted Cube Storage System

Furniture designer Dylan Gold of San Francisco’s Link Studios made this cubed shelving unit that features a cool “understated twist.” Perhaps Gold got his inspiration for the shelves, appropriately named the Twist, from the San Andreas fault since because they look like they’ve survived an earthquake. Gold made the rotated cube effect using computer modeling and a CNC router. Perhaps ...

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San Francisco To Get Smart Parking Spaces

Not everyone wants to solve their parking problems by sacrificing their dignity and squeezing into one of those tiny urban cruiser cars. Luckily for San Francisco residents, the city is stepping in to try and help them avoid the parking crunch. As part of a $95.5 million program called SFPark, 6,000 of San Francisco’s 24,000 metered parking spaces are being ...

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