• Oakland North reports on yesterday’s protest against the injunctions the city has imposed on suspected gang members.
  • The Richmond District Blog of SF posts a sneak preview of the California Academy of Science’s new planetarium show, called “Life: A Cosmic Story.” The museum is in Golden Gate Park.
  • Hadn’t heard this one. As reported in ValleyWag, Steve Jobs got into a little flame war last month with one Chelsea Kate Isaacs, a Long Island University journalism student who sent him an email complaining that Apple wasn’t returning her request for a quote. Jobs’s responses included: “Our goals do not include helping you get a good grade. Sorry” and “Please leave us alone.”To which Isaacs replied: “Under no circumstances should a person who runs a company speak to a customer that way. I’m just enraged and I want people to know this was done.”

    Now, ValleyWag follows up with a report that Isaacs has uploaded a somewhat rambling video response on her Facebook account.

  • LiveSOMA issues a reminder that there are just three days left to take advantage of the going out of business sale at the King Street Borders, in San Francisco.

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