Monthly Archives: July 2009
I headed out the door and began the 6 mile ride from my house to Jack London Square. I was going to meet a friend and we were going to take the ferry to San Francisco and then pedal our … Continue reading
My favorite plumber, Paul Gerrard of Pipeline Plumbing (http://greenplumbingtechnology.com/) invited me to see a solar hot water project he is working on. The components of the system are: roof panels; a heat exchanger, a water storage tank, and a boiler. … Continue reading
I was listening to the radio over the languid 4th of July weekend, and was fortunate to stumble upon an interview / talk with Michael Pollan. He was talking about his usual subject–basically how our food supply is completely out … Continue reading
We are having our ‘office warming’ party July 9. If you are in North Berkeley, maybe for the Farmer’s Market, stop by for a sip of wine and say hello. My office mate is Katy Hollbacher, you can get information … Continue reading
Cars being consumed by plants. Usually it’s the other way around.