Tomorrow's vote in San Francisco on #housing, #techboom, #SharingEconomy and @Airbnb may be the least-covered important voter referendum on ideas & public policy of the past 15 years. (Thanks #MSM!) Fortunately, @ConorDougherty of @nytimes has a fair and well-written story on it for you to make sense of.
MT @ConorDougherty #SF #housing has been unaffordable since '80s. Now prices R stupid, election is chance to vent. https://t.co/SywVXOglU4— HallandaleBeachBlog (@hbbtruth) November 2, 2015
Airbnb Could Be Dealt a Major Blow on Election Day https://t.co/FmR2szh60y pic.twitter.com/JhCOsRmPtW— Inc. (@Inc) November 2, 2015
.@Airbnb’s $8M campaign against Prop. F in SF appears to be working https://t.co/AENwr7ZJSp pic.twitter.com/xkkuPoWEeE— VentureBeat (@VentureBeat) November 2, 2015
Airbnb has aired 3,852 No on Prop F ads since 8/25, including 72 during Judge Judy https://t.co/KxUSSSUeUG pic.twitter.com/NGIWqscfuN— Julia Carrie Wong (@juliacarriew) October 30, 2015
Historically Latino neighborhood in San Francisco on track to lose half of its Latino population by 2025 https://t.co/JdVTraIsam— Mashable (@mashable) October 30, 2015
Smug in the #missiondistrict! @Airbnb 's tail between legs for tone-deaf, arrogant Dear San Fran tax ad https://t.co/IQzxNlxzDG #YesOnF— TJ Michels (@tjmichels1) October 22, 2015
#sharingeconomy #tourism #SF #LA #STHLM MT @hiltzikm: Rental sites like @Airbnb aren't as innocuous as they pretend. http://t.co/bDkP0rr8fl— HallandaleBeachBlog (@hbbtruth) July 19, 2015
#FortLauderdale prepares 2 tighten vacation rental rules, via @lbarszewski http://t.co/DMk5ghBpFV #FL #tourism @Airbnb @SFlaBizBandell— HallandaleBeachBlog (@hbbtruth) July 14, 2015
@visitstockholm @RundquistS @HelenTornqvist Most fascinating 2015 business story I've read yet is abt @Airbnb http://t.co/WMpH2ygHku …— HallandaleBeachBlog (@hbbtruth) April 2, 2015
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Airbnb Is Inc.'s 2014 Company of the Year
Disruptive, brazen, and overall brilliant, the (possibly illegal) home-sharing empire has become the biggest lodging provider on Earth--earning it the title of Inc.'s 2014 Company of the Year.
By Burt Helm, Senior Contributing Writer @burthelm
@LolaAkinmade @kickassphoto Great .@filloux re @Airbnb entering #hyperlocal #travel guide business http://t.co/FRrIDoPLlf guide-business/— HallandaleBeachBlog (@hbbtruth) March 31, 2015
Fortunately, @ConorDougherty of @nytimes has a fair and well-written story on it for you to make sense of in advance of the predictable spin we can expect from both sides of the debate, where a loss may well be spun as a win and vice-versa.
His article below describes what is arguably the most important vote taking place in the U.S. tomorrow, esp. as far as ideas and getting an accurate reading of the mood of a particular community goes, and yet until I saw this NY Times story today, the #MSM has made no serious attempt to make me fully aware of the universe of both positive and negative consequences possible afterwards for other communities. (Thanks #MSM!)
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New York Times
San Francisco Ballots Turn Up Anger Over the Technical Divide
By CONOR DOUGHERTYNOV. 1, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO — Bruce Bennett is 52 and has a bum knee in need of surgery. But two Sundays ago he put on a knee brace and huffed his way up steep hills and dozens of stairs to implore residents to vote against a city measure called Proposition F.
“This is probably the heaviest I’ve ever gotten involved in any campaign,” he said.
Proposition F is a new proposal that would cut the supply of short-term home rentals, or, to quote a few of the people who answered their doors for Mr. Bennett, “the Airbnb thing.”
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