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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working

Your Wednesday afternoon lunch break link bait.

Author of "Why SF Is the Worst Place Ever" Admits He's Been Talking Some Shit: "I think it’s perfectly normal to hate on your city. It means that you care, that somewhere along the line you had grand expectations, and that your displeasure has a voice—not an indifferent murmur."  [H/t: The Bold Italic

Condoleezza Rice to Join Board of Dropbox: Remember that time people got super-mad that a leader of a tech company was against marriage equality? Wonder how the same crowd will greet an architect of the Iraq War? [H/t: TechCrunch]

Car-Sharing Firms to Get 900 More Parking Spaces in SF: Don't get too worked up, though. That's out of a total of 281,000 spaces across the city. [H/t: SFGate]

Independent Coffee Shop Watershed Map: It's tricky to explain this one, but click on it and you'll figure it out easily. [H/t: You Are Here]

Bucket Man Is Taking His Show on the Road: He's going to play at a packaging industry expo in Germany as a guest of a Dutch plastics company, because, of course he is. [H/t: SF Weekly]

Divisadero's King of Falafel Victim of Regicide: To be replaced by the People's Republic of Falafel. [H/t: Eater SF]

SF Chamber of Commerce "Outraged" by $15 Minimum Wage Proposal: The business group is angered that SEIU 1021 put the ballot measure forward instead of working through the mayor's office. [H/t: SF Business Times]


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