Having weathered a major regulatory attack, Lyft, SideCar, and Uber are on the verge of becoming the default mode of urban transport.
Computer scientist and writer Jaron Lanier on why he thinks our digital economy is screwed -- and how he proposes to fix it.
It has come to my attention that six companies have submitted serious bids for the naming rights to our new Santa Clara stadium. I've posted the shortlist below, complete with my argument "for" or "against" each contender.
This was supposed to be the summer that the San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration Committee emerged from its prolonged funk. Then Bradley Manning happened.
I'm at Pizzaiolo on Telegraph Avenue, in the Temescal district of Oakland. It's 8 a.m. -- the exact minute the restaurant opens -- and Michael Chabon apologizes profusely for the early hour.
There is, indeed, an International House of Pancakes in food-fetishizing, chain restaurant-resistant San Francisco, right on Lombard and Pierce streets. In many ways, Ali Liebegott is equally improbable.