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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working
Scott Lucas | Photo: Courtesy The Bold Italic | June 2, 2014
Your Monday afternoon lunch break link bait.
MUNI Sickout Causes Delays Across City: About 2/3rds of the city's buses are out of service as workers stage protest against a proposed new contract. Unlike BART workers, MUNI employees are legally prohibited from striking. [SFGate]
If Prop B Were in Effect, Ferry Building Wouldn't Have Been Built: "Planning at the ballot box doesn’t make sense because the typical voter doesn’t have the time or background to analyze urban design, land use planning, or the tradeoffs involved in various options. A lot of people walk into the voting booth, read the one line description on the ballot, and vote." [Markasaurus]
Should We Treat Computer Programs as Legal Persons?: Hell, if Exxon Mobil gets to be a person, why not let Minesweeper be one too? [The Nation]