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9/18/2013

Among the many things this boom has given rise to—thousands of new companies, stratospheric growth, cars with facial hair—is a new tech-... More»

9/10/2013

When a once-popular sitcom has gotten a little over the hill, a common trick to goose up the ratings is to introduce a new character—often cuter,... More»

9/9/2013

Handybook, a new app that’s taken NYC by storm and recently launched in San... More»

9/6/2013

The financial case for college has never been lousier—at least by the calculations of these ex-undergrads who ditched six-figure tuitions in favor of... More»

9/5/2013

Those of us who still use Yahoo!—if only for fantasy football—woke up this morning to find the company'... More»

8/28/2013

For most of the last eight and a half years, Heracio “Ray” Harts’s daily uniform was dark pants and a short-sleeved blue... More»

8/19/2013

You might not realize it in this starless, artificially bright city, but San Francisco is besieged with broken streetlights at the moment... More»

8/13/2013

Like most people, we have many questions about Elon Musk's proposal to build a giant pneumatic tube between SF and LA that shoot pods full of passengers... More»

8/5/2013

At the Mars Bar in SoMa, the drinks were flowing earlier than usual. With Pinterest offices across the street, Adobe around the corner, and... More»

7/31/2013

Entrepreneurs, take note: tech-driven bicycle inventions are heating up. And while some of the innovations generating buzz online are admittedly indulgent (... More»

7/24/2013

There's nothing cooler right now than brewing your own beer, growing your own vegetables, or crafting your own furniture. But it's not as if you have to pay... More»

7/18/2013

Between 1996 and 2002, Gabriel Roth worked a variety of positions at the San Francisco Bay Guardian observing the dot-com boom, which he now... More»