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Your Saturday and Sunday links
- [Wired] takes a look at "The Army of Silicon Valley Activists Trying to Elect Dems."
- YouTube-produced show to tackle Tinder. [CNet]
- Is Facebook being scapegoated for the 2016 election? [BuzzFeed]
- Remembering a scandalous Mount Tam murder. [SF Examiner]
Record employment numbers for SF. [SocketSite]
- SF's Asian residents more reluctant to report crimes in Trump era. [Mission Local]
A visit to San Francisco’s Antique Vibrator Museum. [Metro]
- Scandal in Pac Heights as lot presented as empty will now be developed, leaving neighbors alleging fraud. [SocketSite]
- The woman who exposed Uber's culture, Susan Fowler, does a fascinating interview with Maureen Dowd. If you didn't already admire her, you certainly will after this piece. [New York Times]
- After the Financial Times published a report claiming Google will be sharing revenue with publishers, the search giant derides it as "totally wrong." [CNet]
- Sideshow takes over San Jose streets. [CBS 5] [NBC Bay Area]