I’m not alone, there are some amazing people tweeting about their lives on Twitter. They are fascinating unique lives that were often invisible before the ability to self-publish on social media. I’d like to think that Twitter has given people that had disappeared from view — obscured and crowded out by the loud noise of modernity — the chance to raise their voice, tell their stories, share their lives, and to say \”Hey, we didn’t go away, we are still here, and you might just be interested because what we do is important to everyone.\”
I don’t have any siblings. But at Aki’s wedding last month, it felt like my own brother was getting married. I couldn’t be any happier.
It was an amazing weekend, but even more amazing to see Aki and Smita so happy together. Congrats to my best friends!
Some photos below. All photos are here.
I think one of the best things you can do on a Sunday afternoon in San Francisco is have tea at Neiman Marcus. The Rotunda is a beautiful restaurant with a great view and awesome drinks.
- Tea snacks are awesome
- Cocktails are great (Honey Ginger Collins was superb)
- Sparking wine is very resonably priced ($50 for a bottle of Schramsberg)
- Great view
Next time we might skip the tea :).
Last weekend Kate and I had an incredible meal at Morimoto. Check out all the photos here.
Three ounces of wagyu, before and after: