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Your Saturday and Sunday links.
- 16,000 PG&E customers lost power in SF and Daly City Sunday night. [Bay City News]
- [Slate] tackles "The Ethical Quandary of Self-Driving Cars."
- Someone hacked Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter account. [Engadget]
- The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from Google over a class action lawsuit filed by advertisers who claim the internet company displayed their ads on "low quality" web sites. [Associated Press]
- Uber driver allegedly makes homophobic threats against passenger. [CNet]
- There more sub-million-dollar homes currently listed for sale in San Francisco then there have been since 2013. [SocketSite]
- Plans to develop a former quarry in Pacifica might be on the November ballot. [The Registry]
- If you got an oil change at a Bay Area Jiffy Lube, you might've gotten screwed. [ABC 7]
- "Startups can’t explain what they do because they’re addicted to meaningless jargon," claims [Quartz].
The shitshow that is/was Nest under Google. [Ars Technica]
- Some City College of San Francisco trustees are concerned that turning the college’s parking lot on Balboa Reservoir into housing could have a negative impact on student enrollment at the already ailing institution. [SF Examiner]
- This guy's been rehabbing SF's Victorians since 1982. [SF Chronicle]