Mega-List of Bay Area Startup Resources

Mega-List of Bay Area Startup Whether you’re still hatching your idea or you’re a seasoned veteran of the startup scene, here are 50+ Bay Area startup resources to help you launch and grow your dream business. San Francisco Office and Coworking Spaces If you’re not ready to sign a lease for your own location, you could head over to a…

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MS Exchange or Google Apps for Your Business?

Small businesses are popping up everywhere. Even in this economy, the office space in the SoMa (South of Market) area in San Francisco is dwindling. Which makes me think that there is a need for reviews on email platforms. If you’re going to start a business of any size, it’s going to need an email service. Since email is a…

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Outsourcing Life’s Little Tasks

Got a pile of laundry and no time for washing? Looking for someone reliable to pick up your lunch? TaskRabbit.com is an online service that connects people who need to get stuff done with a huge community of pre-screened and vetted runners. People with tasks post their job online and the task runners compete by naming the price at which…

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iPad 2 Glass Stress Test

With all the talk about busting out of your cubicle and working in the great outdoors, maybe you've been hesitating to take your iPad 2 to the park. After all, it must be risky to expose such an expensive device to nature's wild and dangerous elements, right? Hopefully this little stress test on the new iPad 2 glass will help…

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What Makes a Great Coworking Space?

We're big fans of the whole coworking movement and enjoyed a recent visit to some of the more popular San Francisco coworking spaces. If you aren't familiar with the concept of coworking, you can read more here. The coworking movement is growing fast. They even have their own unconference--set for March, 2011 in Austin, Texas. The philosophy behind this movement…

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Rocking the Terminal at the SF Ruby Meetup

So grateful for the opportunity to have participated in the SF Ruby Meetup / Rails Outreach for Women this Saturday at the Twitter headquarters. These events have been taking place every month or so, and were created to improve the diversity of the Ruby on Rails programming community. The hosts and volunteer teachers were incredibly open and supportive; I was…

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From San Jose to SOMA

We've been out in the streets doing IT so much we haven't taken the time to write about what we do. That's changing now, with the unveiling of this new version of our website and blog. This will be the place where you can stay up-to-date about our work and read about some of the incredible people we meet and…

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