Judging from the volume of our Google alerts this week, pink-mustache fever is taking over the web. We've collected the best of this week's headlines for your reading pleasure and bragging rights, along with a few other links we knew you'd like.
Take a sneak peek at our product team with this profile on Frank Yoo, who helps make our mobile app extra-friendly for everyone. He's part of the driving force behind the new tip button, the reason navigation got an upgrade, and our resident whiteboard aficionado.
Looking for some simple ways to spruce up your ride? This BuzzFeed article has you covered with some game-changing car hacks. From toothpaste for your headlights and a cereal container for a trash can, you'll never look at household items the same.
It's not often Travis V. writes an editorial — but when he does, he gets straight to the heart of the matter. Read the Lyft COO's opinion piece in the Wisconsin State Journal to learn how ridesharing is transforming his hometown.
There's no doubt about it: People love themed rides. If you're thinking about turning your car into a mobile party, perhaps this article will be the inspirational push you needed. Check out the latest feature on June, the SF driver whose car doubles as a karaoke room, and find out why John Zimmer describes #LyftCreatives as a Cracker Jack treat.
If you've ever wondered what the rules are when it comes to bike lanes and right turns in California, SFBike.org has the DMV-approved answer.
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