What's for lunch? Kosher Pastrami with Sauerkraut! So epic. How could I grow up without knowing of the deliciousness that's Pastrami?
I like it when I find creative drawings on whiteboards. Like this "fist of user happiness". I wonder if it's "fallout" from the User Research team that's having an on-site this week?
Today the Mozillians project team visited the new Mozilla San Francisco office. Lookin' good! This is the view from the communal meeting space ("mini 10-forward", as I dubbed it after Mountain View's main meeting room "10-forward"). You can see people working on the deck. In the background, the Bay Bridge.
If you'd like to see a few more pictures of the office, take a look at the entire photoset.
I have a picture for this day, but have yet to obtain it... stay tuned! :)
Some parts of Mozilla's Mountain View headquarters looked like this today, after the Great Escape of 2011 took place last Friday -- when a bunch of Mozillians packed their bags and set sail to the new Mozilla San Francisco office -- leaving behind what will be more room for awesome new hires!
The concept of people working remotely (usually from their own homes) is not new to Mozilla. In fact, far more than half of our employees do not work out of the Mountain View headquarters. Though we have plenty of ways to stay in touch: emails, wikis, and of course our all-time favorites bugzilla and IRC. In addition, we have Air Mozilla (our video streaming site) and, most recently, a video conferencing system. So there's little reason to worry that our new San Francisco remoties will drop off the face of the earth.
Is this one of those words that we might have to import into English straight from German, for lack of a native term? It's the half/half mixture of apple juice and sparkling mineral water, making something like a poor man's Gatorade. While the commercial drink is apparently more apt for rehydrating professional athletes, this drink is cheaper, and arguably much more delicious... and does its job just fine for casual exercise.
I never realized how huge some of these "pedestrian crossing" signs are -- almost as big as the pedestrians themselves, though slightly less detailed.
A spinning, "infinite zoom" screen saver can be very captivating. Just be warned, prolonged viewing might well take you down a rabbit hole into a parallel universe full of peculiar, even absurd, creatures and events. Or to the Mozilla office. But wait, I already said that.