What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 247

Ian Eck | May 24, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Candlestick Park is First Stop on Road to World Cup for U.S. National Team: Sans Donovan, the fresh-faced U.S. team looks to 26-year-old Michael Bradley as its new leader. [SF Examiner]

Bay Area Poll: Thumbs up for the Economy, Thumbs Down for Local Politicians: Poll finds that "the further away a lawmaker was from the Bay Area, the higher the approval rating." [San Francisco Business Times]

Satellite Images Reveal How San Francisco Has Changed in the Last 12 Years: And twelve years from now, these will look even more radical (see: Mission Bay) [Point2Homes]

Warriors' Stephen Curry Sells His Jack London Square Penthouse: Rumor has it he's looking to build a sprawling estate on the San Francisco waterfront... [SF Gate]

SF Teachers Plan Second Rally in Support of Pay Raise: If it goes through, it'll be their first pay raise in five years. [SF Examiner]

Google Reportedly Mulling Over Acquiring Dropcam: Considering the recent Nest acquisition and all the various robotics companies, is a Google House in the works? [Cnet]

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