What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 257

Scott Lucas | June 10, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Two-Year Old Killed in Freak Wharf Accident: Just an awful story. [SFGate]

Prop. B Could Be Disaster for Environmental Resiliency: "One of the NIMBYist measures in recent memory [which protects] views and values for incumbent homeowners at the expense of future residents. And in the long-run, it works against the interests of homeowners looking to protect their viewsheds, their investments, and their way of life." [City Lab]

Shrimp Boy's Lawyers Ask for Pre-Trial Release: Give him a break. It's not like he was running guns. [SF Examiner]

Berkeley Mayor Suggests Regional Minimum Wage: An interesting policy proposal. [Oakland Local]

Does Tech Philanthropy Exacerbate Inequality?: A thoughtful conversation with Al Gore. [PandoDaily]

Meet the Guy Behind Bissap Baobab: "I never used to cook in Senegal, because in Senegal, if a boy goes into the kitchen to cook, it feels like he doesn't trust his ladies." [Eater SF]

Why You Should Fuck a Writer: Seconded. [Broke-Ass Stuart]

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