Best things to do in San Francsico
The Tranny shack. The Beach Chalet. Mundane Journeys with a Vietnamese sandwich.
There’s a lot more to San Francisco than you’ll find in most tourist guides. To help Macworld 2007 visitors see the “other” San Francisco, we need you to help us build…THE BEST LIVE, INTERACTIVE UNDERGROUND MAP of “Baghdad by the Bay.”
Help us help visitors to Macworld 2007 discover the other, less-visited side of the city. The cooler, the more obscure—the better! Mindjet will be introducing MindManager 6 Mac at Macworld for the first time. We want to celebrate the event by sharing a very special map with Macworld visitors. We’ve just started to build a list of not-normal things to do in San Francisco (also Mindjet’s home!). Help us complete the map before the show, so we can a hidden San Francisco with Macworld attendees. You might even win something for your altruism.
It’s simple: just use MindManager [either on your PC or your Mac] to brainstorm your most creative, “off the beaten path” SF tour-guide tips and send them to: email@example.com. Then watch the map grow everyday on the Mindjet Blog as we collaboratively build the map.
We know all about walking through Chinatown and climbing up Coit Tower. We want to hear about the places most tourists DON”T go (maybe where they don’t DARE go). Don’t live in San Francisco but will be traveling here for Macworld? There are lots of online guides to get you started.
The most creative idea wins you a free copy of MindManager 6 Mac (a $229 value) or MindManager Pro 6 (a $349 value) to give to a friend, coworker…maybe even some burned-out hippie you’ll meet on the streets of Haight-Ashbury.
Visit Mindjet at Macworld (booth #S2432) by using this free exhibit hall pass to get a digital copy of the completed map – then start exploring the “other” San Francisco.
Get your ideas in early (as we will reward the best ideas—and the first ones to get them in can claim them). We will keep building the map right up to Janauary 5th, 2007. Good luck and we look forward to seeing you at Macworld 2007.