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The River Through Petaluma
A few days after the talk at Google (I think the Authors@Google *LINK to video are adding subtitles now, for those of you that have trouble hearing), I went up to Napa to visit my mom and my grandmother. Besides getting a bunch of homemade fudge (which I brought to the Stanford photowalk), I also stopped on the way back south in Petaluma at Leo Laporte's "cottage".
I've always been a big fan of Leo's! Beside just seeing out of one eye (a strange bond I feel with him), I've really gotten a kick out of the way he approaches and discusses technology. In fact, I listen to his podcasts so much that my wife often says, "If I have to hear that Leo ONE MORE TIME, before jamming the radio to get off AUX to FM."
Leo was in the middle of a podcast when I walked in to watch his operation in person. We didn't really get a chance to talk, but he was gracious and said hello quickly while in the middle of the broadcast. I think he's very clever with his media powerhouse there. I was fascinated seeing the operation -- everything from the logistics to the electronics - smart.
His whole team was out in the front part of the college, and, while there, I also met Dr. Kiki (Dr. Kirsten Sanford is probably what it says on her degree). She was as nice as I expected as well - her show is called "Dr. Kiki's Science Hour" -- another nice podcast for your lineup!
After leaving, I stopped in downtown Petaluma to grab some lunch and some internet. Whilst there, I went over one of the bridges to grab this shot. I don't know if the water is always this brown and muddy, but it certainly was this day!
- Trey Ratcliff
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