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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 335

Scott Lucas | October 1, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

SF Free Wi Fi Launches: In 32 public places, thanks to a $600,000 gift from Google. [Examiner]

SF's Homelessness Policy Is Triage: Frightening stuff. [SF Weekly]

Condos Planned for Lombard: Could this presage more change in the area? [Curbed SF]

Oakland Cat Cafe Sets Opening Date: Mark your calendars. [Eater SF]

Look at This Abandoned Shipyard: That's pretty abandoned—and pretty cool. [The Bold Italic]

How Twitter Became the LinkedIn of the Adult Industry: Building a porn Rolodex, 140 characters at a time. [PandoDaily]

Black-Owned Restaurants in Oakland Combat Gentrification: "Oakland has a rich legacy of black-owned restaurants that cater primarily to an African-American customer base [...] But these, by and large, aren't the kinds of restaurants about which national magazines write loving paeans." [East Bay Express]

Going Door-to-Door With the Campos Campaign: Idealism, coffee, and lots of walking. [Mission Local]

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