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Spectrum - May 2, 2014


Participants were asked to write haiku relating to their Palo Alto experiences. Question inspired by The New York Times' New York City Haiku Challenge.

Asked at Philz Coffee on the corner of Alma Street and Forest Avenue. Interviews by Lena Pressesky.

Peter Nathan

Sonoma Avenue, Menlo Park

Marketing director

The space is great fun;

I love the technology.

Who knows what is next.

Paul Hansen

College Avenue, Palo Alto

Graduate student

I can work outside!

Everyday I wear sunscreen.

Still I'm tan by March.

Cheryl Lilienstein & Steve Omohundro

Manzana Lane and Hawthorne Avenue, Palo Alto

Physical therapist and computer scientist


Visionary warriors

A new world rises

Toni Kokenis

Lomita Court

College student

Trapped in the bubble.

Graduation coming soon.

Where to go from here?

Steve Schlenker

Seale Avenue, Palo Alto

Venture capitalist

Cars and bicycles

"Sharing the road" ... perhaps not

Living as neighbors.


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