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Doug Bowman
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What a tease from @OrderAhead today. (Even though we still have a few cases of Tagalongs remaining.)
Beautiful day in the Marin Headlands. Was going to post this to Instagram, but my account there was hacked again. 😢
680,000 on Astro Blasters is a new high score for me, and number 5 overall for the park today.
One of the many reasons Twitter is pretty great sometimes.…
Facebook’s opaque app update descriptions are either lazy or deceitful. Either way, they show disrespect to the user.
Preparing to enhance my daughter’s usable knowledge with some classic original theatric releases.
And another detail of the nearly finished art project we did with our daughter’s 1st grade class.
Detail of the setup for an art project that @CamBowman and I are about to do with our daughter’s 1st grade class.
Just encountered an old Twitter slide that included every member of @design mid-2012. Reminiscing. Good people.
Even without the leaf art, if it had at least looked like the marketing shots, I would have been more impressed.
The ”flat white” I tried from Starbucks today. Aussies, your version is still reason enough to visit your fair land.
Not really what I’d call it, but ok.
Disneyland is an endless sea of people this time of year, no matter where we turn.
The Great Pyramid of San Francisco.
Seems legit… or not. If I were @Support, I’d just auto-suspend my last 100 followers or so.
At our wedding, eight years ago. And now. So much to be thankful for.
Heyo @BlazePizza. For which two words is fire’d a contraction?
So far, @StoneBrewingCo at Liberty Station does not disappoint.
I love that InDesign can open a 16-year-old QuarkXPress file with no errors. The jacket from our 1998 Cocktail book: