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March 23, 2005

Thinking About the Weather...

A very unusual day in Berkeley for late March: cold, blustery, with occasional storms scudding across the sky.

Fortunately, La Strada at College and Telegraph Bancroft has a covered portico, so one can sit outside and sip one's lattes.

And, more fortunately, the roof of the portico has munga munga space heaters. It's 50 degrees "outside": it's 68 degrees "in here."

There is no wireless connection. But that is by and large an advantage: one wants to be present to the weather and the latte, after all...

Posted by DeLong at March 23, 2005 08:58 PM