Nathan Heller, the New Yorker staff writer who brought us that article on the Mission chill pad “the Sub,” returns again to the Bay with some thoughts on the impact of Silicon Valley, specifically the cultural clash...
In the offices of the Mission start-up DoubleDutch a fairly typical Silicon Valley scene unfolded last week: people were pitching ideas for mobile apps. But conducting these marketing presentations were a not-so-typical contingent: teenage girls....
Veronica Belmont looks like any ordinary 31-year-old, sipping her cappuccino at Four Barrel Coffee. Her bangs are coiffed (she trims them herself) and her nails shine with a purple-glitter manicure. And then she opens her...
This Halloween, Mission Loc@l visited local tech companies to see how the wired office world dresses for the holiday.
At a media conference in Los Angeles earlier this month, Alexander Ljung, the Swedish CEO and co-founder of the audio sharing site SoundCloud, said he expected audio to outpace online video sharing in the years...
"People are obsessed with themselves, to be honest."
Can Blockboard build a more politically and socially engaged Mission District?
Just a few months after launching, Coincident TV got an Emmy nomination.
Digital Graffiti? Really?
The next class is on Friday, September 17th at the Mission Economic Development Agency. En Español
Jacob Appelbaum, cofounder of the Noisebridge Hacker Space, was detained this Thursday while entering the country to attend Defcon. En Español
It was a time when the city distributed official maps to tourists, and the Mission wasn't on them.
Cheap food, cheap rents = the return of the dot com shared working spaces in the Mission. En Español
Some wonder if the new technology will work. En Español