Chew on this:
SFist is set to return with some newfangled machine learning content creation algorithm, the Giants are getting a new scoreboard and its going to be huuuuge, and a map of a would-be San Francisco rail system has Taco Bells at every stop.
If Taco Bell connected their locations with a rail system, Reddit
Some bored human turned Bay Area Taco Bells into stops on an imaginary public rail system that makes BART look quaint to say the least. Check it out.
Mr. Worldwide meets the new governor: You can see Pitbull and Gavin Newsom for $25, The Sacramento Bee
Common, Pitbull, X Ambassadors, Betty Who, and Cold Weather Sons are playing Newsom's pre-inauguration concert this Sunday, January 6th. You can still get tickets—the $25 price of entry will benefit the California Fire Foundation. Read more.
SFist to return as 'software-assisted reporting and writing' site, Mission Local
The city's beloved snark-news site is back—but it's been taken over by bots. Read more.
Now for the Hard Part: Getting Californians to Buy Legal Weed, The New York Times
In California, around $2.5 billion of legal cannabis was sold in 2018—that's half a billion dollars less than in 2017 when only medical marijuana was available. That's no bueno. Read more.
SF Giants installing monster scoreboard to help compete for fan dollars, San Francisco Chronicle
Bigger, better, shinier, more pixels! At nearly 11,000 square feet, the new scoreboard will the largest at any California sports venue and will "blow people away." Read more.