Jae C. Hong/AP File PhotoGoogle will make a $1 billion investment in SpaceX.

Jae C. Hong/AP File PhotoGoogle will make a $1 billion investment in SpaceX.

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Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Tuesday.

This private collection of 120-year-old photos from SF is actually really cool. (The Bold Italic)

The East Bay is using the horrible commute to Silicon Valley as a recruitment tool. (SFGate)

Google is about to make a $1 billion investment in Elon Musk's SpaceX. (San Francisco Business Times)

Want to know what the flagship Apple store in Union Square might look like? The new West Lake store in Hangzhou, China is a close relative. (Apple Insider)

San Francisco will require all Airbnb hosts to register with the city in person.(Consumerist)

You should probably lock your car doors in San Francisco. Someone might think you're an Uber and get in. (The Awl)

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