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North Korean defector Park Yeonmi spoke in SF over the weekend.


SF Leads Way in Using Data to Measure Sustainability: The framework is easy. Gathering the data is hard. [Nation Swell]

Sacto Mayor Calls for Legislation to Encourage Ride Sharing: "If cities are going to drive the nation's economic revitalization, then we need to become laboratories and incubators of change." [SFGate]

LA Cabs Cited 10,000 Times Since 2009: Hundreds of violations at the airport. Thousands of violation of driver appearance standards, which we just discovered are a thing. [LA Times]

Elon Musk Terrified of AI: "Potentially more dangerous than nukes," says the inventor. [Mashable]

Inevitable Rent Slowdown on Horizon for SF Rents: As new units come online, growth in rent should slow. [Socket Site]

Silicon Valley Plans to Hack North Korea: Inside a conference planning to disrupt the Hermit Kingdom. [The Verge]

Fishing Boat Runs Aground Near Cliff House: The captain remains missing. [SFist

Inside Capital One Labs: It's cool, but they don't have a Dr. Strangelove conference room the way Airbnb does. [Curbed SF]

GLBT Historical Society Looks for New Home for Archives: Have you got a garage you're not using? [Bay Area Reporter]

Scooter Sharing Comes to Bernal: A new front in Bernal's parking wars? [Bernalwood]


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