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11:32am

Wed February 12, 2014

Finding therapy on facebook

From our partners at Youth Radio.
Source: Youthradio · Via: Scott Lau
February 10th, 2014 by Scott Lau Featured on KCBS When people encounter a problem, they usually turn to a friend or a family member. But me, I turn to Facebook. The day I forgot to record my college music supplements, I frantically typed out a distress signal on Facebook, "Anyone have a mic or camera I could use!?"

11:08am

Fri January 24, 2014
Politics

Cannabis News Roundup: January 24, 2014

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Obama: pot less harmful than alcohol… Drug arrests down 30% in San Francisco… Farm Bureau endorses reclassification of industrial hemp... A petition and a survey… and more.

LEGALIZATION

President Obama says cannabis is “less harmful than alcohol,” but legalization “is going to be a challenge” in Colorado and Washington // USA Today

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6:03pm

Tue December 10, 2013
Politics

DREAMer hackers code for immigration reform with FWD.us

Sarahi Salamanca and her team are building a website that will aggregate videos to promote immigration reform.
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Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca and her team of designers and coders have the next 25 hours to build a website. Not just any website, but one that’s engaging enough to influence the national conversation around immigration policy.

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4:48pm

Tue November 5, 2013
Arts & Culture

Mapping San Francisco's underground tech shuttles

Real talk: I’m not the biggest fan of San Francisco public transportation. So when I first heard of the alternative transportation network of private buses coursing through the arteries of the city, my ears perked up. It became sort of an obsession for me.

As it happens, around this time last year,  Stamen, a design and tech studio in the Mission, was also watching the shuttle network very carefully.

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5:18pm

Wed October 16, 2013
Transportation

Hitchhiking A Tech Shuttle

 

Real talk: I’m not the biggest fan of San Francisco public transportation. So when I first heard of the alternative transportation network of private buses coursing through the arteries of the city, my ears perked up. Imagine: buses with wifi, plush seats, sun roofs, arriving at reasonable intervals. Surely they had room for one more?

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