[Case in point: image courtesy Curbed SF Flickr pool member rulenumberone2]
Comrades: it's been too long since we've mentioned how readers can help contribute to Curbed SF, and in that time we've picked up many more Curbed SF faithful (really!). So, as we embrace this beautifully foggy and freezing summer, some action items for your iCal:
Tips: The lifeblood of the site is the tips we receive from readers. We want to hear it all: Demolition in your neighborhood? New condo signage popping up? Spotted a PriceChopper? Dog poop out of control on your block? Construction noise keeping you up at night? Open house report? Muni kvetch? We can't get enough! All emails to email@example.com are read, and many get published. Anonymity is guaranteed, though we're also happy to credit you by name if you'd like. We're good listeners, and we want to hear from you. A big thanks to all who have dropped us notes over the years. And dammit, send photos.
Curbed Flickr Pool: We rely on the Curbed Flickr Pool to catch things we don't, to act as a resource and archive, and— let's just admit it— as a means of pimping our readers' fine photography. The easiest way to join is by creating a free Flickr account (or logging in if you already have one), clicking on the Curbed Flickr Pool along the right-hand side of this very page—or right here—and selecting "Join This Pool." Then, you can upload photos and assign all relevant urban shots to the pool.
The TwitterWire: Join us on Twitter, where we track the micro goings-on in the city, while dropping a tidbit or two of our own and sending out daily updates on all published posts. As you were.