- Police in San Ramon arrested a male suspect Wednesday night who allegedly sexually assaulted a female Lyft driver while getting a ride. [CBS 5]
- Facebook is making its Safety Check feature more stable and easier to deploy, which means that you might start seeing more Safety Checks on the platform. [TechCrunch]
- The [New York Times] digs up some Silicon Valley Trump supporters.
- [Vanity Fair] takes a loooong look at the current state of Twitter.
New research confirms what your brain may feel following a long, uncontrolled binge through the depths of your social media feeds. Yes, the content we devour on the internet really can have a lasting effect on our cognitive abilities. [Slate]
- Former employee in Oracle's finance department is accusing the business software maker of trying to pressure her into cooking the books in an effort to boost the company's stock price. [Chron]
- For their June Gay Issue, San Francisco Magazine had former SFist editor Brock Keeling head off on a gay camping trip, complete with orgy. [SF Mag]
- Who knew? Caltrans bans SF-style bay windows, which hang over the sidewalk, along Van Ness (which is part of 101), which is creating a problem for this cool building. [SocketSite]