In the meantime you might want to try out Pazzia on 3rd @ Folsom.
Good, even decent pizza remains my white whale here in SF. And yes, we've tried all of them, cheap or fancy; A16, Delfina, Giorgios, Pizzetta 211, blah, blah, blah. All are mediocre to "acceptably pizza" at best.… Read more
Yahoo versus Microsoft: Thanks for the letter Steve; Now give us more money or get lost http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=8396 http://www.nypost.com/seven/04072008/business/ yahoo__sets_reply_to_microsoft_attack_105424.htm … Read more
Who would've thought a generic domain name would still have the capacity to pull in big bucks? Chris Clark, the seller of "Pizza.com," seemed a bit in shock after he managed to rake in $2.6 million from the auction of the domain name.
"It's crazy, it's just crazy," he told the Baltimore Sun after the close of the auction on Thursday.
Clark, who owns a software company, registered the Pizza.com domain name 14 years ago for just $20. Nothing fruitful ever really came of the domain, so he sat on … Read more
I haven't opened the box yet, but someone just sent me a massive box of Giordano's pizza (from Chicago). I don't know who sent it, but I worship you, secret pizza giver.
To show my gratitude, I am offering you an unlimited supply of excellent software. Seriously! You want ERP? I've got Openbravo for you. Enterprise-class content management? Serving up hot Alfresco, all day and night long. The possibilities are endless.
Seriously, whoever sent this, I love you. I would give you my youngest daughter in return, but I want you to know that I'm … Read more
As a pizza lover, I think this Japanese gizmo is pretty cool. (Well, it's sold on a Japanese site. The product appears to have English writing on it. Hmm...) It'll cost you about $70, and will cook your homemade 12-inch pizzas in open air. So you can watch...and salivate. No need to shut all that tomato sauce-y beauty up into the oven. Leave it to the Japanese to come up with kooky food solutions like this one.
I can smell the pepperoni already.
UPDATE: Looks like this is available stateside, and has been for some time. Guess … Read more
Apparently, attraction to the opposite sex isn't nearly as important as it used to be. That's the only explanation we can fathom for the continuing trend of new Star Trek items on the market.
The latest date repellant is a $70 "Phaser Universal Remote Control," which claims to feature sound effects from the original series provided by Paramount. Alas, Red Ferret notes that it's already sold out. (What a surprise.)
But don't despair, Sparky. If you play your cards right, you might still be able to score a "Lightsaber Umbrella."
I love pizza. I really do. I think "pizza" might have been my first word as a kid. No, I am not a Ninja Turtle. But goshdarnit, I think pizza is the greatest thing ever invented. Which is why I am slightly enamored with Wonderpizza, which is manufacturing a vending machine for pizzas. A combination of pizza and gadgets? That just makes me smile. A lot. With a Wonderpizza vending machine, you can order up a nine-inch tomato pie that will be hot and ready in just two minutes, and three different flavor options are available at any … Read more
It's resolution season, as we know all too well, and that means the dreaded twins Kitchen and Carbs have reared their larded heads once again. But those of us who are looking to shed that holiday padding too often find ourselves weak of will, if not appetite.
That's why we'll be giving some serious thought to the "Fridge Alert" spotted on Uber-Review. Although it's being marketed as an alarm that sounds when the door is left accidentally ajar, we suspect that its true use is to bust the perpetrator who lingers too long--and too … Read more