You might enjoy this "American Intercontinental Railway" documentary from PBS > http://scott-macleod.blogspot.
Music space yesterday evening happened on my own, since Alain in NZ came down with something at the last minute and couldn't play, and Brewster in the Bay Area meets face to face with what sound like alternative/hippy friends (probably some in their 60s), and makes very interesting and time-consuming quadricycles among other hobbies, but is from San Rafael (just north of SF - where the Grateful Dead had their roots too - and Brewster's father was a MD). He went to the high-achieving Quaker college Haverford in Anthro in the 70s and to UC Berkeley for a degree in Architecture after that. Not sure about Reeves ... He may pop up sometime in group video!
Wikidata birthday party today in SF, and WUaS is the bringing the cake. Hope all goes well in getting it there (will try to pick up the cake at 8 am ... get to Hive Meeting Space at AFSC, then birthday party at 12:30 on 2nd street!).
"I'd like to invite you both (and all Wikidatans/Wikimedians in the SF Bay Area) to the Wikidata 4th birthday party on from at Red Door Coffee SF on 111 Minna Street - https://www.wikidata.org/wik
I'm also going to bring a birthday cake for everyone.
Friendly Wikidata cheers, Scott"
It seems to be the cultures of employees that watch and curate their social media accounts, that further shapes them - identity warrior-itis-es or bonobo-itis-es could happen here too! Email too is probably not private, and can be probably curated. Hmmm ... email and social media are like post cards ... with an opportunity to get the word out - and by not knowing who you're getting the word out to! :)