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Peak Selfie

People are braving 90-degree heat and a three-mile climb to snap cell-phone pics from the top of Fremont's Mission Peak, contributing to erosion and flooding everyone's social media feeds with selfies, says the Chronicle, whose photo gallery nonetheless consists of people taking regular old photos of other people. A busy day brings very determined crowds of up to 3,000 to a park, the paper says, designed for 500—despite a parking lot for just 42 cars. [SFGate]