“The company also estimates that the software could help cut the cost of a divorce from $27,000 to less than $10,000.”
Wevorce: Startup streamlines the messy divorce process [Chron]

“be one of the first to start using Google Glass! Comes brand new, still unopened in its original box. The frame color is shale, which is similar to grey.”
Google Glass Explorer Edition Pops Up on San Francisco Craigslist for $6,500 [IDG via CIO]

“I don’t think all tech workers are anywhere near as dumb as Rebecca Pederson, but I do see a lot of her attitude around: We are young and have money, and you are old and in the way.”
Young, creative people who work hard [SFBG]

“Reiterating statements Gap made last week, Murphy said the company would not sign the European accord because of legal liability issues. And until changes are made to the pact on how conflicts are resolved in courts, Gap won’t budge, he said.”
Gap’s annual meeting overshadowed by Bangladesh safety accord [Biz Times]

“While it’s hard for some people to grasp why anyone would want to fund someone else’s ticket to fortune and fame, it seems crowdfunding is startup restaurant’s best new bet to get dough for new projects.”
More restaurants getting a kick start from crowdfunding [Biz Times]

“The former mortuary was most recently renovated to be a bar and club, but retains a lot of the original flair and regality of a classy/cheesy 20th Century mortuary, including some creepy little brick chambers and a stairway to nowhere in the basement.”
Inside Urban Putt [MM]

“Thousands of workers at UCSF Medical Center and four other UC hospitals walked off their jobs early Tuesday at the start of a two-day strike over retirement plans, wages and staffing levels.”
UCSF Medical Center workers strike [Chron]

“Among other things, the company is accusing UNITE HERE Local 2 of trying to prevent charity groups from fundraising at games, forcing the San Francisco Giants to sign paperwork that would essentially block non-profits from working concession stands at games.”
Concessionaire Files Lawsuit Against AT&T Park Workers Union [KCBS]

the author

Eve Batey is the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Appeal. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. Before that, she was a co-founding writer and the lead editor of SFist. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. You can reach Eve at eve@sfappeal.com.

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