Uber released plans on May 27th for its new headquarters, which will be located in Mission Bay. The 423,000 square-foot building complexes will be able to house about 3,000 workers, … Read More
Last week the tech industry took aim at political innovation in San Francisco. Countable, a website and app that counts yes and no votes on issues, was released in San … Read More
By: Charles Belle
The City of San Francisco and tech companies are more similar than most people realize: the City produces and owns software. Unfortunately, the City’s current policies neglect … Read More
Assemblymember Phil Ting has said it all along: Access to the Internet is a universal right.
On November 10, President Obama made a public statement calling for the FCC to … Read More
With the recent connection of 32 public spaces now offering free Wi-Fi, provided by the city, it seems that San Francisco is getting much closer to its goal of closing … Read More
By: Jenny Gottstein
In 1989, my father was at Candlestick Park watching the World Series when Loma Prieta struck. He joined others in the streets to direct cars as San … Read More
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