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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 332

Scott Lucas | September 26, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

An Insanely Detailed Map of SF: Wow. Just wow. [CityLab]

Shareholders Take Aim at AOL: Some serious drama unfolding. [TechCrunch]

Soda Tax's Last Stand: Inside the Berkeley versus Big Soda fight. [Politico]

$228 Million Lottery Winner Steps Forward: "I just want to be a normal man," says the man whose life will never again be normal [SFGate]

Zuck's Reno Caught on Streetview: As Curbed points out, it amazing it took neighbors this long to start carping. [Curbed SF]

SF and LA DA's Claim Ridesharing Companies Violating Laws: Seems that sharing rides but paying separately may violate the law, because that's totally a thing that the legal apparatus should be expending resources worrying about. [Examiner]

Mission's Sunflower Vietnamese Restaurant Closes: Their Potrero Hill location remains open. [Eater SF]

Second Ocean Beach Swimmer Dies: Good lord. [SF Weekly]

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