Monday/ it’s warm in San Francisco

I love this depiction of Einstein, wild hair and all (at the Saleasforce Tower constructon site). It’s the Salesforce Einstein, the artificial intelligence ‘engine’ in Salesforce that analyses customer and sales data.


There was a giant mosquito caught in a little spider’s web in the corner of my front door’s frame this morning when I left the house at 5.15 am.

Our flight out to San Francisco went without delay.  There was no fog around, at all. The reason : it was a record (94°F /34°C) in San Francisco on Sunday, and still very warm today ( 90°F/ 32°C).   It does look like we are on a cooling curve with the day time highs for the rest of the week here, though.


Here is the Pacific Gas And Electric Company building where I work on my project. That must be a California grizzly bear down below, surrounded by farm produce. The building was completed in 1971 and has 34 floors.
Here’s an up-to-date picture of the Salesforce Tower’s construction progress.

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