- The [SF Chronicle] takes a walk with a woman who calls the cops any time she sees a struggling homeless person (
and the Coalition on Homelessness thinks it's great). [Update: Jennifer Friedenbach, Executive Director of the Coalition on Homelessness says that the Chronicle piece as it initially ran mischaracterized her words, and that '"people should not call police, but should call [a] medical team when people are medically compromised." SFist apologizes for repearing the Chronicle's error.]
- A group of boaters who have been mapping the Pacific's garbage problem are headed back to SF. [Associated Press]
- [Slate] memorializes SF's disappearing neon signs.
- "Most Uber riders despise surge pricing," [Cnet] reports.
- An increasingly common sentiment appears on an area Muni shelter. [Civic Center]
- There was a huge police response to nab alleged gunman on Treasure Island last night. [Bay City News]
- [The Verge] compares tech giants' diversity numbers.