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5 Years After Twitter, Mid-Market Begins to Blossom

Mayor Lee’s First Term Report Card

Mayor Lee’s First Term Report Card

Posted January 13, 2015 by

After the January 11, NY Times graded Mayor Bill de Blasio’s first year, I realized that it was time to issue San Francisco Mayor Lee’s first term report card. Lee became interim mayor in January 2011, and has completed four
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On Giving Tuesday, Help Open the Tenderloin Museum

Twitter Matching Donations to Tenderloin Museum

Retail Comes to Mid-Market

Retail Comes to Mid-Market

Posted November 13, 2014 by

In 2007, well before any tech company considered moving to Mid-Market, a project was proposed that I thought would be the linchpin of Mid-Market’s revival. It was called CityPlace. The brainchild of developer David Rhodes, CityPlace offered retail shopping for
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Social Media Beat Big Soda

Social Media Beat Big Soda

Posted November 10, 2014 by

All activists should examine how Berkeley’s soda tax got a staggering 75% of the vote and San Francisco’s got over 50% despite a nearly $10 million opposition campaign. Because for all the phone calls, framing and other standard grassroots campaign
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