The San Francisco Chronicle has a front page piece today on tech fueling San Francisco’s boom. It is based on data analysis of the shuttle stops by Chris Walker, a 29-year-old who lives in Mumbai, India.
While the findngs underscore what others have established, the data is finer and the Chronicle has interviewed dozens of people to find different reactions, from those who welcome the new business brought by tech workers, to those who worry about the loss of community and the spike in rents. READ MORE
It reflects the same contradictions that we have found in reporting on tech, most recently in Erica Hellerstein’s article on the Mission Panaderia in the Time of Tech.