The title reads “A new sexual health cell phone text messaging service for young people in San Francisco” on the front page of sextextsf.org. A new website from the folks at ISIS or Internet Sexuality Information Services. The site’s stated purpose is “to give info and advice to San Francisco youth about STDs, HIV, birth control, sexual health services, and more” but seems to be pretty thin so far. Take for example you can read the entire codex of knowledge in one single page and not have to pick up your phone at all. And take for example that they only have 11 questions that you can possibly ask but have 16 people on their advisory board. Honestly. A website hacker and a sex-ed book could have developed this and put in more useful and pertinent info and probably even designed a better looking website in an afternoon. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for sex info for the kids. I just get a little pissy when it’s tax dollars creating a crappy product in the website capitol of the known universe is all. There is more info in this Chronicle article including the estimated cost of the program at $2500 a month. Weak.