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- Signs that the Lower Haight is gentrifying continue to mount. [SFist]
- A Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy who was deemed to have used excessive force during a “non-criminal domestic argument” in Sonoma Valley last month, is no longer employed with the sheriff’s office. [Bay City News]
- "Techies Don’t Think Trump Could Drive the Self-Driving Car," announces [Wired].
- David Bunnell, a pioneer in technology publishing, died Tuesday night of pancreatic cancer. [SF Chronicle]
Muni Metro adds a little bit of rush hour subway service. [Moving SF]
- [Business Insider] thinks Airbnb is poised to go public. Meanwhile, the company is touting how much its visitors reportedly spend in SF [SF Business Times].
- A new recreational facility will come to the western shores of Lake Merced as early as 2018. [SF Chronicle]
- Lyft has hired two new key executives as it continues to lag behind Uber. [Recode]