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Google Glass Explorer opens up on bar fight, privacy

Google Glass Explorer opens up on bar fight, privacy

Last week, I interviewed a Google Glass “Explorer” for an article about Glass and privacy. It wasn’t Sarah Slocum. “Explorer” is a Google term for people enrolled in a program to beta-test Glass, a wearable [Read entire story]

Google Glass Explorer opens up on bar fight, privacy

Last week, I interviewed a Google Glass “Explorer” for an article about Glass and privacy. It wasn’t Sarah Slocum. “Explorer” is a Google term for people enrolled in a program to beta-test Glass, a wearable [Read entire story]

Day Around The Bay: Watching Glass

Day Around The Bay: Watching Glass

In Tuesday's evening roundup: the surviving bushman, gazing back at Google Glass, the first major lease in the Transbay Tower, a map of raw beef, and more. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Mentally challenged workers find jobs through the Arc

The Arc has placed others with developmental disabilities - ranging from autism spectrum disorders to Down syndrome - at more than 80 companies in San Francisco. 'Big checklist'At Zendesk, Lin's main job is to take the [Read entire story]

EaterWire: Kin Khao Drops Lunch, Opens Late; Duende Gets Lunch

EaterWire: Kin Khao Drops Lunch, Opens Late; Duende Gets Lunch

UNION SQUARE—Hours are shifting at freshly-opened Thai spot Kin Khao: lunch service is done for now, and late-night dining is in effect, with the full menu until 11 pm, an edited bar-bites menu until 1 am, and Bon [Read entire story]

Concord to honor Dave Brubeck, city’s jazz tradition

Concord High's jazz band will perform the catchy 1959 tune, which is still among the top-selling jazz singles in history. Many returnsEven after he became an international star, Brubeck returned frequently, performing [Read entire story]

Afternoon Palate Cleanser: MIss Coco Peru Plays ‘Grand Theft Auto 5′

Afternoon Palate Cleanser: MIss Coco Peru Plays 'Grand Theft Auto 5'

Can Miss Coco Peru make this a regular thing? The world (gaming or otherwise) needs more Peru commentary while playing video games — especially one as violent (and fun) as GTA 5. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Cal Hires Wikipedia Adviser

Wasting all your time at work on Wikipedia? The [Read entire story]

Jason "Shake" Anderson is Oakland’s ‘Candidate X’

Candidate X Illustration by Sean Morgan In our Jan. 1 issue, the Bay Guardian spun the tale of Candidate X, a fictional progressive mayoral candidate aiming to save San Francisco’s wonderfully weird [Read entire story]

Forthcoming Cat Cafe Needs Your Donations To Become A Reality

Forthcoming Cat Cafe Needs Your Donations To Become A Reality

KitTea, the aforementioned tea house and feline therapy center is getting closer to becoming a reality. Now they're asking for some eager donors and fellow cat lovers cough up $50,000 in seed money. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Norman Solomon: The problem with Obama denouncing a breach of international law in Ukraine

International law is suddenly very popular in Washington. President Obama responded to Russian military intervention in the Crimea by accusing Russia of a “breach of international law.” Secretary of State John Kerry [Read entire story]

Yesterday, today, and Tomorrow

Cartoonist Dan Perkins reflects on 25 years of 'This Modern World' Tom Tomorrow's most recent book ARTIST PHOTO BY JP TROSTLE [Read entire story]

Modern English

TABLEHOPPING Eat like royals: New openings include The Coachman, The Square (N.B. not related to Square), sweet coffee spots, and hot hot dogs. Hawt dawg! Go bun [Read entire story]

This Week’s Picks: March 5 -11, 2014

WEDNESDAY 3/5 San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival Between Jaws (1975), Shark Week, and last year's campy hit Sharknado, pop culture's fascination with sharks is nearly as mighty as the predators [Read entire story]

We’re all doomed! Or maybe not.

A civil war with Russia on one side? Time to get all nostalgic about the Cuban missile crisis, I guess. [...] voting rights! I know I'm skipping around, but really. Do it legally and say it's to reduce voter fraud and [Read entire story]

SF Giants starters continue to stick it to Cactus opponents, plus other notes

We all tend to make too much of spring-training results, especially early ones, raising eyebrows over slips and falls while overreacting to good performances. Still, the Giants starters have made a pretty solid statement [Read entire story]

Former backup singer Darlene Love is enjoying the spotlight

The year of Darlene Love began last summer, when she appeared in "20 Feet from Stardom," the Oscar-winning documentary about the lives of background singers. Love sang on "The Colbert Report" last week, then breathed [Read entire story]

Click City, Episode 37: Breaking silence on strange night

After her whirlwind date with Roger Martin, Beth could not sleep, so she ventured into the common room at A T 101 to do some work on her lens project. Dating - particularly someone like Roger - would only cost her [Read entire story]

TV: Broadcast news is alive and well, says CBS anchor

Contrary to popular belief that broadcast news is a dinosaur stuck in the tar pit as technology evolves around it, total viewership for the three networks' evening news show is on the rise. "CBS Evening News" anchor [Read entire story]

St. Petersburg Philharmonic review: Glimpse of perfection

The concert - the second of two presented by the San Francisco Symphony as part of the Great Performers Series - encountered resistance early on a political and musical front. There was a small cadre of protesters from [Read entire story]