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March 10, 2014
Western Addition: Bots, Table for Two?

There’s an uptick in rival bots—a sign of what he’s come to call the “arms race of restaurant reservations.

March 10, 2014
The Mission: Liberal Guilt Aboard the Google Bus

How the city was being destroyed by corporate interests and high rents.

March 10, 2014
Ocean Beach: New-Money Surfers Wipe Out Old S.F.

Surfing is to San Francisco what making money is to New York or social connections are to L.A.

March 10, 2014
Fort Mason: Murray Hill West

“That alpha frat-y energy doesn’t do well in start-ups.”

March 10, 2014
Alamo Square: Coder Crash Pad

Welcome to a hacker hostel, complete with Ikea beds in rooms named Instagram, Zappos, and Tesla.

March 10, 2014
SOMA: The Stubborn Uncoolness of San Francisco Style

“New York, to me, always had a sense of trying too hard.”

March 10, 2014
The Mission: Creative Destruction in Eleven Parts

One night, Mark Zuckerberg knocks on your door.

March 10, 2014
Mountain View: A Harem of “Founder Hounders”

If you’re an attractive woman, odds are you’ve hooked up with a fair amount of people in tech.

March 10, 2014
Crosstown: High-tech Hitchhiking

There is a comical hierarchy of exquisitely status-sensitive ride-share options.

March 10, 2014
Is San Francisco New York?

Ex–Wall Street bros, hacker hostels, self-loathing techies: dispatches from a city, newly flushed with wealth, that doesn’t quite know what to do with itself.

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