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Hello, Gorgeous: curiosity and curatorship at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

Yesterday I went with my Meetup group to the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, where we saw their strange and fascinating summer exhibition, Gorgeous… 884 more words

21st Amendment and Elysian "He Said/He Said": Mutant Pumpkin Beers In Earth Take-Over Bid!

Be afraid.

Be very afraid….

Someone…well, make that “someones“, had the audacity to trifle with The Accepted Order of Things. Two gifted brewers – one from a fogbank and one from Perpetual Gloom – squared off and dared each other to come up with a pumpkin beer that doesn’t taste like what would happen if you took a pie wedge, stuffed it into a blender with a bottle of bland ale, pureed it, and lightly strained it. 1,337 more words

Craft Beer

lets walk

I’m sure you’ve all heard the famous quote by Mark Twain “The coldest winter I ever spent was the summer in San Francisco” I’ve heard it too, a million times, in fact I hear it almost every day living here in San Francisco. 390 more words

Ankh Marketing Presents ERYKAH BADU AS DJ LOW DOWN LORETTA BROWN & TALIB KWELI (DJ Set)

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Ankh Marketing Presents ERYKAH BADU AS DJ LOW DOWN LORETTA BROWN & TALIB KWELI (DJ Set) SPINNING LIVE  9 more words
San Francisco

Lyft Says Uber’s Recruitment Efforts Are Hurting Drivers

After the verge published a critical story of Uber’s secret recruiting program, the one designed to poach drivers from their competitor Lyft, Nick Bilton reached out to Lyft to find out if the corporate espionage was hurting their drivers. 55 more words

Technology

How data from self-tracking devices creates news stories

I got 6 hours and 56 minutes of sleep last night. I’ve walked 5.517 steps so far today. How do I know? I wear a UP wristband that keeps track of me, all day and all night. 319 more words

Data Driven Journalism