Every January, thousands of folks descend upon San Francisco for Macworld Expo. During the day their appetite for Mac products is satiated, but their bellies often remain unsatisfied.
Given that we spend most of our time in this beautiful city by the bay, a few of us Macworld staff have put together the first edition of MacworldEats, a guide to eating near the Moscone Center (with a few suggestions for side trips beyond downtown).
Inspired by the good folks at Slice, who built the piPod in 2004, we assembled MacworldEats in an iPod-friendly fashion. That way, when you and your buddies are wandering the streets of San Francisco, you can navigate confidently to the right place to order a chorizo burrito (hold the sour cream) and not to Fisherman’s Wharf to get clam chowder in a bread bowl. (Metaphorically speaking, of course.)
To install MacworldEats: Download the .zip file and unstuff it. Plug your iPod into your Mac. When it mounts, find the Notes folder. Drag the MacworldEats folder into the Notes folder.
To use MacworldEats: Go to your iPod’s main menu, select
Extras-->Notes-->MacworldEats. Entries are organized by cuisine, by location, and by name.