- The Chron did lengthy “special report” on Airbnb and its impact on SF in the Sunday paper, and comes up with the lower-end-of-the-spectrum number, 350, for an estimate of how many rental units are being rented out on the platform full-time. [Chron]
- A longtime Oakland A's fan who has not been injured by a broken bat or foul ball but who says she constantly fears being hit by one in her section of the Coliseum, has filed a federal lawsuit against Major League Baseball demanding safety nets along the first and third baselines by next year. [Chron]
This hellish concrete box of a house on Monterey, in Sunnyside, sold for $1.3 million. [Curbed]
- [Valleywag] claims that Reddit’s ongoing leadership crisis (and the public sacking of Pao) has been a deliberate attempt to put its original team back into power and subvert Conde Nast.
- Facebook pressures developers into killing off Who Deleted Me app. [ABC7]
Sinbad’s struggle to stay open will cost taxpayers money in the form of Port fines. [Examiner]
- San Francisco may be getting noisier, and/or it's simply getting denser, and/or new people are just not accustomed to living in a noisy city. [Chron]