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5 years ago, I packed my bags and moved to San Francisco. I was 26 years old. Wild ride.
The World According to San Francisco.
I was distractedly editing this in a coffeeshop and a guy leaned over and said, “I’m going to Cocaine this week.”
I was so confused for a second.
OMG. “Green Twitter Avatars.” “Outer Outer Sunset.”
Locu mapped out venues that serve PBR & venues that served Bud Light to see if “Hipster Meccas” exist.
Beer Week! #mahbeer (at Orbit Room Cafe)
Considering New York has about 37 Apple Stores, San Francisco could sure use another one or two.
Ken Layne of The Awl makes the case for a rejuvenation/re-imagination of Silicon Valley in an age where everyone is moving to an already over-crowded San Francisco.
Some great thoughts on the recent resurgence of San Francisco Bay Area sports by Hua Hsu for Grantland.
Scary. But needed.
A bird! A plane! No, a space shuttle on plane! (Taken with Instagram)
The study, released by Paris-based Semiocast, tracked the number of tweets with location info in the month of June, 2012. New York is the top U.S. city for tweets, outranking Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, and Houston. San Francisco, the city that the social media company calls home, doesn’t make an appearance in the top 20.
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There was a time, not so long ago, that people were certain Twitter was only a San Francisco tech bubble thing. Now the city isn’t even in the top 20 of cities with the most usage.