ROSS is built on Watson, IBM’s supercomputer. It is a legal expert. RECEPTIONIST: OK, Ross will see you now, go on in. [The MAN walks slowly down a hallway until he reaches a door. He goes inside and sees GIANT PULSATING BRAIN behind a wooden desk. BRAIN drips fluids and goos. BRAIN
It’s inevitable. Now that I drive a taxi, I regularly field the inquiry: “So… have you thought about driving for Uber?” When I tell my passengers that I did the Lyft and Uber thing before switching to taxi driving, they’re usually shocked. “Don’t you make more money with Lyft and
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You’re pregnant — about to pop — and you live in a tiny apartment. Soon you’re going to have to fit a baby in there. But how? You’ve Googled it. You’ve scoured Pinterest. Surely someone’s blazed the way for you. Where’s that don’t-take-no-shit Manhattan couple with all the answers? Or
I’m from a country where water saving technologies have been in place for as long as I’ve stood on that barren, sunburned land. Duel flush toilets, low-flow shower-heads and water harvesting technologies were not part of drought interventions but just a way of life. As progressive as San Francisco and
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You live in a tiny San Francisco apartment and you’re pregnant. The clock is ticking. What was once months away is now weeks. You can’t put it off anymore — it’s time to figure out where this baby is going to live. Maybe we should buy a house, you think.
Lucky 13, a bar full of good beers on tap, artistic murals, punk rock posters, free popcorn, and well lubricated locals is under threat in the Upper Market corridor (2140 Market Street). Plans to bulldoze the beloved bar were submitted to the SF Planning Department by the Forum Design Group LLC in