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I work for MessageLabs [messagelabs.com] in Toronto, ON, Canada. I write spam filters, MTA software, high performance network software, string matching algorithms, and other cool stuff mostly in Perl and C.

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Saturday March 04, 2006
09:35 AM

Coin Stacks

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The first in the San Francisco series. What an amazing city - I hardly
        got any time to explore but what I did see was fascinating. The
        architecture was just stunning. So nice to see a US city where all the
        houses don't look alike.

        Image

        And I didn't even have to post-process this pic. It is literally
        straight from the camera.

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  • If you like San Francisco, you should see Seattle. I remember staying in a residential neighborhood there, and no two houses looked alike on the same block. For example, there was an alpine chalet next to ranch, next to a colonial duplex. It gave the feeling that people were moving to the city from all over, and each knew how to build one kind of house, so they built the kind of house they had "back home".

    Oh, and if you do make it to the residential parts of Seattle, go hunting for the troll under the br