January 2014

Summary: New website for Recharge goes live.

Dates on this page

Wed 1

Breakfast at PDDR's. Danny made us french toast with turkey bacon and fresh pineapple slices. I dropped Matt S at Holly and Will's. Home. Shower. Recharge Spa work: Android browser testing, more fixes for older versions of IE, more IE testing. Made the new Recharge Spa website live - w00t! Post-launch activities: linkcheck, logfiles check, google webmaster tools fetch as google url and all linked pages. Dinner at home with Patrick: ravioli in marinara sauce. More Recharge Spa web work: speed optimization.

Thu 2

Breakfast at home: two eggs over easy, two slices of toast with earth balance spread, leftover grilled potatoes, 8 ounces of orange juice, hot water. Weight training: door pullups. Worked from home. Lots of Drupal content work. Team meeting, content work with Susie and David. Lunch: leftovers, hot water. Lots of Drupal content and styling work. Dinner at home with Patrick: delivery from Sri Thai. Recharge Spa web work: embiggened PDF thumbnails.

Fri 3

Breakfast at home: leftovers. Worked from home. Drupal content work. Resolved a problem with the admissions pages displaying wrong years for our admissions calendar (or schedule or deadlines). Handled an administrative request from a recent grad. Drupal content work. Updated UC Ready continuity plans for the OSACA and Plancomm. Uploaded an archival document to The Archive for Susie. Dinner at home with Patrick: mac and cheese with extra cheese, tomato-basil soup, hot water. Watched Star Trek III: The Search for Spock on Netflix instant watch with Patrick. Popcorn. Patrick had a ginger beer, I had a wikipedia moscow mule. Recharge Spa website work: more responsiveness fixes.

Sat 4

Weight training: dumbbell curl, front raise. Late brunch with Patrick: grilled polenta, 2 eggs sunny-side-up, hot water. Dropped off shoes to be recycled at a nearby USAgain drop box. It was easy—just like a mailbox. Drove to Whole Foods Market, Ocean. Meal: assorted deli items, coco cafe (coconut water and espresso). Grocery shopping. Home. Gave the pantry an enema (figuratively speaking). Dinner at home with Patrick: we made a vegetable stir-fry with steamed white rice. We watched part of Bill Plympton's Dog Days on Netflix DVD.

Sun 5

Did some spot-cleaning of the rug in my room. Recently I finished rereading Vernor Vinge's "The Ungoverned" via manual upload to ReadMill. Rode Muni to Castro Street Station. Walked to Shotwell Street. Brunch with Drew, Phil, and Romy at The Vestry. Drew and Phil and I stopped at Safeway at Market and Church for orange juice and coffee before returning to my place to work on spa communications for the day. Dinner with Drew, Phil, and Romy at We Be Sushi. I brought home an order of rolls to go for Patrick at home. Recharge Spa website work: replaced some photos, added text links for consent forms. Recently I began reading Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow via ReadMill.

Mon 6

Breakfast at home: oatmeal with diced fuji apple; 12 ounces of high pulp orange juice. Rode my bike to UCSF Parnassus. Continued laptop maintenance for a student. ICRD work for Mike W. Content work in Drupal. Filed pcard paperwork. Lunch to go from May Lee's: cashew chicken with vegetables and white steamed rice. I forgot to order a drink, but all they had was soda anyway. Walked to Golden Gate Park and sat on a log overlooking the baseball diamond. Just as I began eating a man approached me, apologizing for interrupting, and asked if I'd seen anyone break into his car just now. I did not, gave my condolences. Discovered on the walk back that Boulange is opening a new store on 9th between Lincoln and Irving. Small edit for Cindy to the career links page. Lots of Drupal content and styling work and task management and followup. Posted an update to the post-bacc page for Shirin. Rode my bike home. Dinner at home: leftovers. Recharge Spa website work: sitemap styling prep, new gallery images prep. Changed the batteries in my Apple wireless keyboard and magic trackpad. I still love both of these devices. I also keep an Apple magic mouse but rarely use it; basically just for Photoshop or InDesign.

Tue 7

Breakfast at home: pumpkin seed granola with 2% milk; 12 ounces of high pulp orange juice. Rode my bike to UCSF Laurel Heights. Received a gift from Susie: a small jar of blackberry jam from Mad River Farms—nice! Team meeting. Photo shoot with Kathryn P and Michael. 1-on-1 with Eric. Lunch at the JCC: vegetable noodle soup with turkey and bacon sandwich, lemon-infused water: about $10. It was actually advertised as half-sandwich and soup, but I checked and they were correct in giving me a whole sandwich despite how it was pitched. I've had this experience before. It's confusing, but a nice result to be confused about. Lots of Drupal work, including making a new subtheme for one-page microsites. Calendar management. Worked late. Rode my bike home, getting home around 9:30 PM. Dinner at home: leftovers. Recharge website work: newsletter prep, new gallery photos. Snack: fortune cookie: A judgment will rule in your favor.

Wed 8

Breakfast at home: pumpkin seed granola with soy milk; 8 ounces of high pulp orange juice; hot water. Rode my bike to UCSF Laurel Heights. Email followups. Listserv management. Doctor appointment. Lunch at Garibaldi's with David, Eric, and Paula to celebrate a birthday. I had a buttermilk fried chicken salad with warm bacon dressing. Paula had wild mushroom soup and a side of grilled brussels sprouts. David had the daily special and grilled brussels sprouts. Eric had a sandwich and wedge fries. Susie was on vacation and did not attend. A delightful getaway from work. Rode my bike home. Dinner at home with Patrick: grilled cod, grilled shrimp in tomato-basil sauce, steamed rice, beers. Watched more of Dog Days on Netflix DVD with Patrick. Recharge website work: added the index page.

Thu 9

Breakfast: peanut butter granola with fresh, diced pink lady apple and soy milk; 8 ounces of orange juice. Rode my bike to UCSF Laurel Heights. Answered a software question for a student. Chatted briefly with Eric about current issues. Coded an announcement from the dean. Email followups. Rode my bike from Laurel Heights to Parnassus. Lunch at You See Sushi. Answered a question about updating Firefox from Lucia. Shirin's farewell party. Computer admin account setup on my iMac at Parnassus. Content and styling work in Drupal, including sending our first one-page microsites to Susie for review. Lots of asana ticket cleanup. Rode my bike home. Can't remember what I ate for dinner.

Fri 10

Rode my bike to UCSF Laurel Heights. Linkchecking, kiosk work. Breakfast: super nutty granola with fresh, diced fuji apple and soy milk; 8 ounces of orange juice. Rode my bike to UCSF Laurel Heights. Chatted briefly with Shirin on her last day. Doctor appointment. Answered a question for Cindy about Windows XP end-of-life. Content and styling work in Drupal. Lunch at the JCC: grilled, two-kinds-of-cheese grilled cheese sandwich, tomato basil soup. Small content edits to chembio for David. Content and styling work in Drupal. Rode my bike home. Dinner: Patrick had already eaten ox tail soup from Simmone, so I made a mushroom stir-fry with a garlic-soy sauce with steamed white rice and a red india pale ale to drink. Finished reading Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow via Readmill, liked the book a lot. Despite my initial experience, Readmill is pretty nice so far. I like it. In this workweek I rode my bike to work and back home every day—a total of 46 miles. This feels great.

Sat 11

The back pain I developed following a visit to House of Air was not really gone like I had previously thought it was, so after recently seeing a physical therapist, I have some exercises to do to loosen tightness in my upper and lower back. (The middle, where it hurts, is oddly where I have the best movement.) So this morning I began the exercises for that. Laundry. Lots of Recharge Spa website work: MailChimp campaign build and test, a few small optimization tweaks: robots, viewport, expiresbytype (google webmaster tools and google pagespeed insights). Late lunch: small bowl of leftovers. Dinner at home with Patrick: indian food delivery from masala. Researched cellular plans and mvnos (feeling the need to finally quit the iPhone 3GS). Caught up on journaling. Late meal: leftover vegetable stir-fry.

Sun 12

Drove to Shotwell Street. Brunch with Romy, Drew, and Phil at The Ramp. Afterwards we walked in the Castro, stopping at 171 Hartford Street to walk through an open house: a $2,295,000 Victorian with a beautifully restored exterior and an ultramodern interior, redone by Ravi Anand. I did not mind the stark contrast of exterior and interior, and I felt the home was luxurious and comfortable. We got some groceries at Whole Foods, my first visit to this store on Market and Dolores. Back to their place. Rested. Dinner with Romy, Drew, Phil at their place: two kinds of Whole Foods deli pizza, kale salad, couscous salad. Home.

Mon 13

Woke with a sore throat, took a sick day to recuperate. Rested. Lunch: one slice of leftover pizza from yesterday. Rested. Watched The Avengers (2012) on Netflix instant watch. Dinner at home with Patrick: leftover indian food. Watched Aziz Ansari's Buried Alive on Netflix instant watch with Patrick, recommended.

Tue 14

No cold symptoms today. Breakfast at home: super nutty granola with fresh, diced pink lady apple and soy milk. Rode Muni to UCSF Parnassus. UCSF shuttle from Parnassus to Laurel Heights. Calendar management. Listserv management. Replied to Sarah D about a favicons request. Met 1-on-1 with Susie. Created a list of clinpharm websites with Susie. Asana ticket followup. Lunch in the sun on the sidewalk at A.G. Ferrari: roast turkey sandwich, side of spinach and swiss chard salad, iced black tea: about $10. Ordered an iPad Air case for Danielle. Followup on a student's recent legal name change. Followup on a request from Lucia and Frances about installing software on a testing computer. SPS work: archive hunting. Drupal content work: Nadav's sites. Followup with a student's request for an extension of access to resources past graduation. Listserv management. Followup with Millo about pharmchem pilot sites. UCSF shuttle from Laurel Heights to Parnassus. Rode Muni home. Dinner at home: Patrick made roast turkey using Simmone's recipe and marinating by Sam. I made mashed potatos from flakes and peas from frozen to go with it. Hot water to drink. Shopped online for a new toaster oven. Ours still toasts but the oven part no longer works.

Wed 15

Rode Muni to UCSF Parnassus. Got pastries at Palio for an office birthday party. Office birthday party. Found that Shirin left me a farewell gift: a See's Awesome Nut & Chew Bar—sweet! Office staff meeting. Small web edit for Cindy to the current students page. Posted updated winter schedules for Lucia. Followup with a student's request for an extension of access to resources past graduation. Calendar management. Began prep work for turning off some domains we no longer need. Lots of Drupal content and styling work and asana ticket followup all day. UCSF shuttle from Parnassus to Mt. Zion. Doctor appointment. Lunch at My Father's Kitchen: bun with imperial roll, vietnamese iced coffee, $20 after tip. UCSF shuttle from Mt. Zion to Laurel Heights. More work. Chatted with James J briefly. Rode Muni 43 to UCSF Parnassus. Dropped off dead batteries at the battery recycling bin. Washed my hands. Snack from Panda Express: two veggie spring rolls no sauce. Rode Muni 6 and 66 to home. The lamp over the kitchen sink fell down again, the second time in recent weeks, so it's time to find a replacement. Dinner at home with Patrick: he ate chicken noodle soup and sweet potato. I ate chicken noodle soup. Opened a wedding invitation (Scott and Andy). Discussed toaster oven options with Patrick.

Thu 16

Breakfast: super nutty granola with fresh, diced pink lady apple, soy milk. Rode Muni to UCSF Parnassus. Photo shoot with Nicole L. Posted a new policy page for Cindy. Followup with a student request to extend access to services past graduation. Processed Nicole's photos, content insertion into Drupal. Some Drupal styling work and asana ticket followup. Lunch at Perilla: bun with bbq pork and imperial rolls, viet iced coffee, $15 after tip. More Drupal styling work and asana ticket followup. 1-on-1 with Cindy. Troubleshot and resolved a fuzzy text printing to a Brother color laserprinter for Lucia. Troubleshot and did not resolve Lisa's desire to connect to a multifunction device from 2005ish. The device was too old and Brother did not have the full software package to make it work with Windows 7 (64-bit). More Drupal styling work and asana ticket followup. Ordered a new HP LaserJet Pro P1102W printer for Joel to replace his very old HP LaserJet 1200. Rode Muni home. Dinner at home with Patrick: deli cornmeal veggie pizza, kale salad with raspberry vinaigrette, hot water.

Fri 17

Breakfast: peanut-butter granola with fresh, sliced banana; hot water. Rode Muni to UCSF Laurel Heights. Web edits: removing Melanie D's contact info and adding Lillian S's and Lily Y's. Funding content type build with Eric. We got everything built and tried putting in the pie chart but it just wouldn't work, gave up for now. Lunch at Artesano. An unpriced, sidewalk chalkboard special of wild grilled shrimp drew me in, but it turned out to be $17 and on the standard menu as well, and I thought that was too much money to spend for a lunch, so instead I ate the ají de gallina: "a classic peruvian stew: juicy shredded chicken stewed in a rich and hearty sauce of aji amarillos (peruvian yellow chiles), onions, and garlic, served over rice and garnished with traditional favorites—marinated onions, walnuts, and hard-cooked egg;" water: $11.99 before tax and tip. I liked it. Updated the OSACA staff listing on the web following Shirin's departure. Notified OSACA staff how to resolve the fuzzy text printing problem: choose a higher res in print settings and/or printing preferences. Dinner at Tonga Room with Drew, Romy, and Phil. (Danny is still on vacation in Vietnam.) Fun live music, mostly from the 1970s, by The Island Groove. PDR dropped me off at Market Street. Walked to Van Ness Station. Rode Muni to Castro Street Station. Walked around the Castro because it was 20 minutes until the next L train. Watched some buskers play classical music in front of Cliff's, gave them $2. Rode Muni home. I didn't ride my bike all this week because of the brief cold and because last week I had an unfortunate incident with a rude and ignorant driver and his yappy passenger that has discouraged me from riding.

Sat 18

Breakfast at home: 2-egg kale salad scramble, 2 hash browns, 2 pieces of toast, hot water. Edited and uploaded NYE photos to Flickr. Archived documents. Installed Drupal 6.30 for Patrick's website. Travel planning all day. Dinner at home with Patrick. Patrick made kale-garlic-lemongrass soup (Patrick's recipe) and gouda cheese muffins (Joy of Cooking). This is our first meal using local, organic vegetables from Terra Firma Farms. Chatted on the phone with mom. Watched about an hour of Moon (2009) on Netflix DVD with Patrick. More travel planning. Shopped for hawaiian shirts online.

Sun 19

Drove to Shotwell Street. Richard, Drew, Phil, Romy, and I walked to the Castro and ate at Mystique Cafe, which we all liked. Service is particularly good for the Castro. Phil saw the bottom of his bottomless mimosa glass only twice. Phil and Drew each had the same omelette, I had a salmon burger with garlic fries. Walked to Hi Tops, crowded because of an important football game: 49ers versus the Seahawks, encountered Tim who was accompanied by John and Ming. For fun we visited an open house at 366 Sanchez. Walked back to Shotwell Street, rested. Car wash at Auto City Car Wash with Drew and Romy. We split up and I did some shopping downtown, wanting to find some new clothes for two trips to Hawaii later this year. I parked in 5th and Mission garage. The Quiksilver store downtown at 207 Powell Street doesn't carry boys sizes. I was referred to boys departments at Macy's and Nordstrom so I checked them out as well but they both have a very limited selection of that brand. So the lesson is to not look for Quiksilver in person but instead to buy online in either mens or boys sizes and return what I don't like in person or by mail. Fortunately their return policy seems pretty easy. Parking: $5 for 1 hour and 45 minutes. Drove home. Late dinner at home: I made a vegetable stir-fry with steamed white rice, hot water.

Mon 20

Calendar management. Breakfast: leftover stir-fry with rice, hot water. Recharge Spa web work: removed discontinued services. Vacuuming. Archived receipts and souvenirs from last summer's Chicago and New York trip. Wrote a postcard to Tina. Archived a tax document that had arrived by snail mail. Recharge Spa website work: updated laser hair removal prices, prepped a new consent form for sublative rf treatment. Snack: ate the nut and chew bar from Shirin—it's yummy. Uploaded various photos to Flickr. Dinner at home with Patrick: grilled true cod, steamed spinach, sliced boiled egg, hot water. To bed early.

Tue 21

Faculty retreat today at Mission Bay. Susie picked me up, then we picked up Sue A. The event went very smoothly, and lunch was delicious. I mostly took photos and helped with presentation hardware and software. Afterwards I rode Muni to 9th and Irving and visited Dr. Jonathan from the orthotics office at the shoe store called On The Run. He spent a lot of time with me getting a proper fit for different kinds of shoes, and I bought two pairs. Rode Muni home. Dinner at home with Patrick: red lentil soup with sausage, cabbage, and grilled true cod marinated in fresh orange juice and chinese five spices (adapted from a Russ Parsons recipe).

Wed 22

Breakfast at home: peanut butter granola with soy milk. Rode Muni to UCSF Laurel Heights. Processed photos from the faculty retreat. Lunch at Beautifull: vegetarian meal: curry tofu, asian noodle salad, seasonal salad: butternut squash and green beans: about $11 after UCSF discount. Uploaded photos to Flickr and The Archive. Built a new view on pharm for admins to see a list of all the sites. Dinner at home: Patrick made a milk-based sweet potato and ginger soup which I had with a glass of Jacuzzi primitivo 2010. Watched part of Sting - Bring on the Night on Netflix DVD with Patrick.

Thu 23

Breakfast: super nutty granola with unsweetened soy milk, a sliced pear. Rode Muni to UCSF Parnassus. Answered a question for Kirk H about Adobe distribution agreements. The Archive followup with Susie. Notified Eric and Susie that qb3.org was down. Updated the prospective students calendar for Cindy. Lab website content followup with Marissa L. Submitted a request to add a site to the A-Z list. Calendar management. Drupal issue queue followup. Followup for a student's change of email address. Sent a one-page microsite out for review. Lunch to go from Yellow Submarine: corned beef with swiss, Hansen's vanilla cherry soda. Walked to Golden Gate Park entering at the pedestrian entrance at 5th Avenue and sat on a park bench on MLK Drive to eat. Sent three one-page microsites out for review. Notified two students of the result of their access extension request. Intrasite planning meeting with Heidemarie and the Emerge team: Aubrey, Julian, John (CEO), and Mike. View building and ticket followup in Drupal. Patrick picked me up in the car because a package had arrived. Dinner at home: leftover red lentil soup, added a boiled egg; hot water. Installed the new toaster oven, prepped the new kitchen dish soap dispenser. The toaster oven is Black and Decker's TRO480BS. I really liked the design of Breville toaster ovens, but all their ovens were too large. We needed something with a small footprint. It was a terrible experience shopping for toaster ovens mostly because virtually all websites were awful about specifications. I don't care how many cubic feet is inside the oven (who knowingly cooks 0.4 cubic feet of food?); I want to know whether it will fit in the space I have. I want to know how annoying the timer ticking and timer bell is, but even though websites have been able to handle audio for almost 20 years no website had this information for any toaster oven. The dimensions for the TRO480BS are incorrect on Amazon's website, as found in the reviews and Q&A for that item, so it made Amazon's new compare feature useless because I could not trust Amazon to have correct dimensions for anything. My requirements list: 1. safe, 2. small size, 3. simple, intuitive, elegant controls, 4. bell or beep is not annoying. The controls on the TRO480BS don't really meet my elegance requirements, but there was no better fit for us than this one according to the information available to me. Finished watching Sting - Bring on the Night on Netflix DVD with Patrick. I loved it again. It was Patrick's first time seeing it.

Fri 24

Realized this morning I didn't have my wallet, so I spent part of the morning retracing my steps from yesterday when I remembered I last had my wallet. Rode Muni to UCSF Parnasssus. While waiting at 26th and Taraval I saw a man drive by while eating ramen noodles in a cup with chopsticks. UCSF shuttle from Parnassus to Laurel Heights. Terminated some VPS accounts we no longer needed. Comm team meeting: status updates. Followup with OSACA staff about getting Apple Keynote for free. Followup for a student's email address change. Calendar management. Lunch from The View Cafe: veggie california sandwich on wheat, ate in the courtyard in the sun. Met with Paula about the readership survey in Qualtrics. Met with Eric and Michael N about funding data. Content and styling work in Drupal: various staged pages, Ahituv Lab. UberX to Jardiniere. Dinner at Jardiniere: an A Mure Amore at the bar while waiting for others to arrive. Half of us had lamb. I had diver scallops and white sea bass. For dessert we ordered two of the dulce de leche and Romy received a surprise platter of various small desserts. I can't remember what else we had. Food and service were both excellent throughout.

Sat 25

Began prepping my laptop for installing Mavericks, accidentally chose Secure Delete instead of regular delete when emptying the trash, regretted my mistake after finding that secure delete is seven passes and I had deleted about 7 full-length movies. Oh, well, maybe I can upgrade to Mavericks next weekend. Realized where my wallet was: in my coat pocket at work. Patrick and I drove to UCSF Parnassus, I picked up my wallet, said hello to Cindy who happened to be in the office, then Patrick dropped me at Church and Market to continue on to his mom's. I rode Muni to Powell Street Station and waited in Union Square for Drew and Romy. Brunch with Drew and Romy at Cafe de la Presse. I had a breakfast croissant: eggs with sausage on a croissant, grilled potatoes, coffee. Drew had a yogurt parfait. I can't remember what Romy had. Shopping with Drew and Romy: The Alden Shop (assisted by Robert), Allen Edmonds (assisted by J Keven), Bonobos, The Alden Shop, Apple Store (to see Philips Hue lighting systems and bulbs). I bought a pair of Alden shoes and learned from Robert at The Alden Shop a new way to tie laces. Encountered Shirin and met Amin on the sidewalk, they met Romy and Drew. Shopping on my own: Quiksilver. Rode Muni home. Found the ID card of someone who works at PG&E, picked it up and will try to return it to its owner. Dinner at home with Patrick: buckwheat noodle soup with hickory-smoked tofu, char siu, vegetables, ginger, chicken broth; hot water. Rested. Learned about Ian Fieggen's great shoelace knot website.

Sun 26

Secure erase seemed to continue long after it should have, so I restarted the Finder and all seemed well. I performed other prep activities then began the Mavericks install. Drove to Shotwell Street. Spent the day hanging out with Phil, Drew, Danny, and Romy at their place for brunch and dinner. In the late afternoon, Phil, Drew, and I walked to La Copa Loca and brought home ice cream for dessert later. Phil prepared brunch, Danny and Romy prepared dinner. We watched Archer and Aziz Ansari's Buried Alive on Netflix. Others also watched HGTV and the Grammy award show. Drove home. Continued the Mavericks installation.

Mon 27

Awoke to find Mavericks apparently successfully installed on my laptop. Breakfast at home: super nutty granola with fresh, diced apple and soy milk. Rode Muni to UCSF Laurel Heights. Content, styling, and support issue followup work in Drupal. Calendar management. Responded to a question from Jayson J about icon fonts. Calendar management. Followup with a one-page microsite in review. Followup with a student's email address change. Worked through lunch: veggie california sandwich on rye with side pickle wedge, water: about $5. Calendar management. Content, styling, and support issue followup work in Drupal. Web edits for Cindy, Joel, and Danielle. Rode Muni home. Dinner at home: leftover noodle soup. Late snack: popcorn from a saucepan.

Tue 28

Breakfast at home: super nutty granola with fresh, diced apple and 2% milk. Rode UberX to the doctor's office. UCSF shuttle from Mt. Zion to Laurel Heights. Admissions web edit for Joel. Lots of calendar management today. Content work in Drupal: Ahituv site. Updated the pilot sites list and status. Comm team meeting. Listserv management. Web edits for Cindy and Danielle: career services. Lunch at the JCC: chicken sandwich (which was basically a chicken burger), cup of tomato basil soup, water. Photo shoot with student TT. Processed and shared photos. Checked in with Danielle to confirm that something we ordered for her had arrived. Content edits for Susie then Cindy. Followup with Rachel K at Alumni Relations about content. Filed pcard paperwork. The Archive work. Added pharm to our monitoring service. Susie gave me a ride home. Dinner at home with Patrick: quinoa spaghetti with tofurky sausage and vegetables in marinara sauce, hot water. Began prepping my home iMac for upgrade to Mavericks (OS 10.9). I used shoe trees for the first time.

Wed 29

Breakfast: super nutty granola with raisins and 2% milk, hot water. Rode Muni L to Forest Hill Station. The wait for a 43 was over 15 minutes, so I walked to 8th and Kirkham, caught a 6, and rode it to UCSF Parnassus. (Three 44 busses passed in this time, and I could have taken any one of them but I hadn't thought of it or I had already started walking.) UCSF shuttle from Parnassus to Laurel Heights. Even though I waited 8 minutes for the shuttle, it still was faster than riding the 43 and walking one block. Took over an hour to get to work. Checked a few email messages. I met Susie at the loading dock, and she drove us to Mission Bay. Eric had planned to meet us there. Kickoff meeting with Cristina and Esteban. Lunch at The Pub with Susie and Eric. She drove the three of us to Laurel Heights. Calendar management. Made live the postbacc page for Danielle and Cindy. Chatted with ITS about the continue at UCSF page. Resolved a question with my Clipper card. Resolved a problem with my SquareTrade protection plan. Site review via webex with Nadav and Karl. Followup on site review action items. Rode Muni 43 and 66 home. Dinner at home with Patrick: leftovers from last night, hot water. Successfully installed MAMP and MAMP Pro 2.2. Continued prep for Mavericks installation. Continued testing new shoes purchased over a week ago.

Thu 30

Rode Muni to UCSF Parnassus. Breakfast at Palio: egg and cheese wrap, large coffee. Enterprise Risk Assessment meetings. SPS meeting. Followup with Eric about a site outage. Reported a 404 on the UCSF police website. Helped Cindy with logos. Asked Rodney to check on the kiosk which appeared to have a virus infection. Lunch to go from Subway: footlong veggie delight on wheat. Dentist. Purchased a few pastries at Arizmendi Bakery. Rode Muni home from 9th and Judah. Rested. Walked to 19th and Taraval. Ian met me there. We had planned to dine at New Ha Noi Restaurant but it was closed for the lunar new year holiday. We ate instead at Sushi Raw: three rolls, seaweed salad, seafood tempura, large sake.

Fri 31

Rode Muni to UCSF Parnassus. UCSF shuttle from Parnassus to Laurel Heights. Breakfast from The View Cafe: egg and cheddar sandwich: about $2.50. Chatted with Debbie A about people data. Troubleshot ckeditor issues, partly with Eric. Listserv management. ERA followup. Sent a site outage notice to the school. Listserv management. Lunch at the JCC: half whitefish sandwich, cup of split pea soup: $8.50. Lots of web edits for OSACA, Renslo. Listserv management. Made an emergency correction to homepage news for Shuvo. UCSF shuttle from Laurel Heights to Parnassus. Rode Muni home. Dinner at home by myself: I made TJ's mac and cheese from a box and threw in a can of white albacore tuna in water and leftover steamed broccoli. Hot water to drink. Dessert: leftover pastries from yesterday.