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What Do We Love?

As 2013 quickly draws to a close, it's a great moment for us to take stock of all we have to be grateful for. So, here's our list of bigs and littles...          Giving thanks for where we work and play. You know as well as we do that the San Francisco Bay Area is something extraordinary.…

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A Small Business WordPress Website For You

[caption id="attachment_2188" align="alignleft" width="102"] Flickr Photo Credit: Phil Monger[/caption] You Need a WordPress Website, But Who's Got the Time? Imagine you run a busy local coffee shop and you're at the store, setting up shop at 5am every morning. By the time the pastry case is stocked and the coffee brewed, you've got customers streaming though the door. From there…

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What Do We Actually Do?

Technology Support for Bay Area Businesses Having been in the IT industry for a while, we're pretty accustomed to getting "the look" when we tell non-techies what we do. You know what we mean.  It can range from a quizzical squint of the eyes, to a complete glazing over, to a wild casting about for something else (anything else!) to…

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5 Ways to Save for Your Business

Unbeatable Savings for Your Biz Whether you're saving for a rainy day or just saving, sometimes it's a tough job to find great deals for your business. However, in the spirit of entrepreneurial solidarity, and in honor of upcoming Labor Day, we'd like to share a few online resources we've benefited from. Group Deals for Businesses If you haven't heard…

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Report Back from WordCamp SF 2011

I'm finally just now getting a chance to report back from this week's WordPress WordCamp conference in San Francisco. I attended the final day of the three-day event, which included the annual State-of-the-Word presentation by WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg. You can read all about him here on his own website. Matt presented a few welcome announcements for the WordPress.org user…

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Learn About WordPress CMS at WordCamp

Calling all fans of the WordPress content management system: if the economy doesn't implode and we're all still around after August 2nd, you should check out the upcoming WordPress WordCamp San Francisco Conference on August 12-14, at the Mission Bay Conference Center. For only $50, you can attend three days of WP workshops on all range of topics and levels…

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