I’ve been editing at least one days’ worth of photos every day for the last two weeks, and I’ve made a lot of progress – I’m nearly finished with 2008 (I have to backtrack and deal with our first National Trust tour, five days in New York City).
I have titled and geotagged every photo I kept – but I was afraid that this one would stump me. I remember the victory party on November 4, 2008, but neither Diane nor I could remember where it was held. Neither of us had any email about the party, nor was it on our calendars. And I hadn’t blogged about the party (though I did blog a bit about the election).
In desperation, I turned to Facebook. Diane’s timeline had a posting on November 10: “changed her photo to one taken at the Silicon Valley Obama Election Night celebration!” Searching the web for “Silicon Valley Obama Election Night” brought me to this YouTube video, which opens with a title card showing the location: the Computer History Museum. Problem solved!