Mozilla24 and the last mile

From the Mozilla 24 upcoming.org page:

Stanford is a 20 minute walk from the Palo Alto train station. Visit 511.org for details on public transit.

Hmm. I looked on 511.org, and it suggests walking that distance. Too bad I don’t know my way around the University…

The northbound Caltrain arrives at Palo Alto Caltrain Station at 9:31 am, leaving San Jose Diridon at 9:00 sharp. The day pass from San Jose to Palo Alto and back is eight dollars.

So here’s what I want to do. Anyone going to Mozilla 24 @ Stanford by Caltrain from the South Bay, let’s meet in the northernmost car (the bike car, usually). I’ll be wearing a blue Firefox shirt and carrying my usual light blue laptop bag, boarding at Diridon. If you’re heading to the event by Caltrain, please reply here and join me. All we need is one person familiar with the University, and we can head off together. Otherwise, we can wait for the southbound train 30 minutes later and join up with our Franciscan colleagues, or we can ask a local for directions. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Mozilla24 and the last mile”

  1. A bit of help for you Al. Directions from Palo Alto Caltrain that will get you in spitting distance of Wallenberg Hall: http://tinyurl.com/2wktxb
    When you get to the terminus of above directions, orient via what the Wallenberg site says:
    Follow Palm Drive to the top of the Oval. The Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning building is on the left side of the front of the Quad.
    Wallenberg Hall
    Building 160
    450 Serra Mall
    Stanford, CA 94305-2055

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