Today, the full moon was visible very nicely over the Silicon Valley. The photo makes it look a little darker than it was, but I decided to keep exposure times short, so one could see the surface of the moon.
Another parental "guest photo": A Silicon Valley panorama, as seen from the hills on the east side of the valley, looking west. (Obviously, clicking on it and zooming in makes sense).
Update, June 14: This is the same photo, retaken with a tripod and stitched together. Woah!
Enjoy the view (and the Northern Californian sunshine)!
Not a "photo of the day", but the second part to grandma's potato dumplings: The actual dumplings!
It is cherry season. Consequently the fruit displays are full of them, like here at the Mountain View Farmers' Market. The customers are carefully picking the right ones to take home.
Oh hey, readers! Did I mention I like food?
This is the first step to my grandma's potato dumplings with pork roast and sauerkraut: The roast. It was supposed to be about 2 pounds of bone-in pork neck meat, but acquiring it was somehow challenging while Dittmer's in Mountain View is closed. So we went for the pork butt, at a massive 6 pounds, hah!
It's simmering with approximately a metric ton of cut-up onions (coincidentally a process made famous by Ray Charles with his performance of Crying Time).
Tomorrow, they'll join the star of the stage, the dumplings. Excitement ensues :)
This is one of the billboards Mozilla has recently put up in San Francisco (here: on 3rd and Market). I like how they point people (who have probably already heard about Firefox) at Mozilla's non-profit status (which they might not have heard about).
If you want to learn more about Mozilla's mission for the betterment of the Web, check out mozilla.org, the website of the Mozilla Foundation.
Today's picture is a guest contribution, taken by my dad outside of Woodside, CA. The locals' mail boxes look like the exhibit of a mail box store -- almost none are alike.
This is a commemorative bowling pin the webdev team acquired during one of our on-site team meetings. I did get to sign on it, though I must admit that due to my horrendous bowling skills this might just have been pity from my team mates ;)
Ever wondered what it looks like to address the Mozilla crowd during Monday's All-Hands meeting? Here you go. Note the video camera in the background, broadcasting your every move to the Interwebs.