Some people say the city is going to pot—well at least we'll have glamorous new public potties.
Plus, Postmates robots are ready to deliver your food, the San Francisco–based world's longest running webcam is shutting off after 25 years, and a nomadic radio station is changing the game for local DJ culture. Catch up on the local stories you may have missed.
Postmates cleared for robot deliveries in SF — Marble wants in, too, San Francisco Chronicle
For those of you prefer not to have to interact with your fellow human beings, you'll be happy to hear that you may now have your dinner delivered by a bot. Read more.
These sleek new toilets will pop up all over San Francisco, SF Curbed
The powers that be in Fog City have approved fancy new designs for public toilets that will serve everyone, including the ever-growing number of homeless people in our streets. Read more.
Fault Radio aims to redefine DJ culture in the Bay Area, Datebook
More than just a background noise, the nomadic Fault Radio, which has been setting up live radio streams at venues around the Bay Area, is bringing DJs out of the clubs and into your real life. Read more.
FogCam Is Signing Off in San Francisco, The New York Times
After a quarter of a century, the world's longest running webcam, SF's very own FogCam, is going offline. "The Internet has changed a lot since 1994, but Fogcam will always have a special place in its history." Read more.
How one Bay Area man cosplayed his way into an actual Avengers movie cameo, SF Gate
McThor, a Ronald McDonald-meets-Thor costumed persona of this Bay Area dude literally became a star overnight when he made an unexpected cameo and later actually got to meet Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo (a one-time 7x7 magazine cover man!). Read more.