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Owen Thomas

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    August 5, 2011

    Announcing the 2011 SF Weekly Web Awards!

    ​We're very excited to announce nominations for the 2011 SF Weekly Web Awards are now open. We're asking you -- the very smart, very savvy, and very awesome readers of SF Weekly -- to help us find the best San Francisco has to offer online. Whether that's the Twitter feed you can't stop check ... More >>

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    August 5, 2011

    Announcing the 2011 SF Weekly Web Awards!

    ​We're very excited to announce nominations for the 2011 SF Weekly Web Awards are now open. We're asking you -- the very smart, very savvy, and very awesome readers of SF Weekly -- to help us find the best San Francisco has to offer online. Whether that's the Twitter feed you can't stop check ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 5, 2011

    Announcing the 2011 SF Weekly Web Awards!

    ​We're very excited to announce nominations for the 2011 SF Weekly Web Awards are now open. We're asking you -- the very smart, very savvy, and very awesome readers of SF Weekly -- to help us find the best San Francisco has to offer online. Whether that's the Twitter feed you can't stop check ... More >>

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    May 24, 2011

    Foursquare: The Silliest Thing Ever Invented

    ​Before I started using Twitter a couple of years ago, I, like many people then and now, assumed it must be the silliest thing ever invented. The stupid name didn't (and doesn't) help. Mainly, I thought people used it for telling the world what they had for lunch, but I then looked into the matter ... More >>

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    September 29, 2010

    Head Case

    Experts say ex-football players with head injuries often end up in the criminal justice system. Former USC lineman Chris Brymer is exhibit A.

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    January 7, 2008

    Fresh from controversy, Lane Hartwell to head up Tuesday night panel discussion and ask the immortal question: what's protecting artists on the web?

    Self-portrait of photographer Lane Hartwell By Benjamin Wachs Rearrange the letters in “World Wide Web” and you’ll somehow get “plagiarism.” There’s 17 trillion web pages and virtually no original content worth the time it takes to load. The result is that anyone who dares say or do ... More >>

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    October 23, 2007
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    May 19, 1999
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