Free Wi-fi came to Market Street last month with all the fanfare of a coronation. It didn't quite approach the citywide installment plan that former Mayor Gavin Newsom and former Board of Supervisors President Aaron Peskin devised in 2007, but it was certainly a step forward. Coupled with a July installment plan to bring Internet service to the city's parks, the mid-Market rollout would give more pedestrians the luxury of traversing San Francisco's main retail corridor with their heads buried in their devices. More importantly, the city could finally align its amenities with its... More >>>