Friday, April 13, 2012


Single serving sites have always been a fascination of mine. You know - the ones that only do one thing really well in the best cases with a twist of humor involved?

Or the myriad of Mozilla related sites like "Are we we fast/mobile/pretty/slim/small/first yet?   
Simple does one thing well.

That's why when I took a "Intro to HTML" class here at Mozilla I was inspired to use my new-found skills to better mankind, one small problem at a time. 
 (Above: A studious Mary, William, and Laura hard at work. Laura throws out the universal hand-sign for html bracket)

To solve the sort of pint-sized problems that can plague thousands, if not millions of people. 

To answer such profound questions that can make or break someones day...

...questions like: 
Will my CalTrain car be full of drunk people? 
Will I be able to find parking in SOMA tonight?
Will I be able to get into 21st Amendment or [your favorite SOMA restaurant here]?

And more. 
That's why I teamed up with the amazing William Reynolds to create a new website: A San Francisco Giants schedule for the rest of us.

And we're launching today. Check it out! Bookmark it. Fork it. Save it to your phone's homescreen. Share it with your friends! Moreover use it to make your life a little easier those 9 months out of the year when baseball season is "Game On!".

Update: Here's William's technical overview of Is There A Giants Game Today.


  1. What a great site! Thanks!

    1. Thanks Sherry! Perhaps we'll do a NY Giants version next ;)