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Monday, 11 June 2007


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I used the "AngelCam" along with weather reports to plan for a recent day trip to Angel Island in San Francisco Bay. The camera is here:
I waited several weeks for good weather and an employee at the park said it was the first day in a while that you could see the Golden Gate bridge from the island. So I'm all for webcams like this one.

The concept "Who needs to be there?" is one of the saddest things I've heard. And one that reflects what a lot of people think. I've noticed that most people's idea of the dream trip would be staying on a spaceship and being "beamed down" by the your Eiffel side just a couple of minutes to get the snapshot and back to the mother ship, en route to another two minutes by the pyramids. Poor things. They live inside a plastic bag, even if they will never notice it.
By the way, about the art market, there's an excellent article about it at The Economist.

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