Dan Brekke has worked in media ever since Nixon's first term, when newspapers were still using hot type. He had moved on to online news by the time Bill Clinton met Monica Lewinsky. He's been at KQED since 2007, is an enthusiastic practitioner of radio and online journalism and will talk to you about absolutely anything.
Dan Brekke's Latest Posts
Watching a phone travel all over the city and wondering why losing a simple possession tends to haunt us.
Federal grand jury indictments stem from series of 2011 incidents disclosed by city’s public defender.
Visualization uses meteorological data to render dramatic view of weather here and elsewhere on Earth.
Latest storm is soaking entire region, prompting a brief flash flood warning in the South Bay.
Computer-operated system fails, leading to major delays through the system. Caltrain bogs down, too.
A’s infielder still certifiably cute, though, despite loss in fan poll to N.Y. Mets’ David Wright.
Galleries in one Geary Street building forced out in favor of an expanding enterprise computing firm.