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Rezhound Can Help You Get a Table in the Most Exclusive Restaurants


We’re one week away from what is usually a very difficult night to score a reservation at a nice restaurant, so if you haven’t acted yet, you may want to check out a brand new SF-based service called Rezhound.

Oomea’s New Restaurant Review Platform Helps You Discover New Cuisines


The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the world’s great regions for dining out, both in terms of the quality and sheer diversity of cuisines available here.

But when it comes to going out to restaurants, the people I’ve known have fallen into two broad categories – those who like to return again and again to a favored spot, and those who are more adventurous, always on the prowl for a new place or a new type of cuisine.

Oomea, which is launching today, is most definitely for the latter type of diner.

Keas Turns Health and Wellness Programs into Fun and Games


It’s no secret that the workplace is not always the healthiest environment for people. There tends to be a lot of sitting around at desks or in meetings; there’s often a lot of stress; opportunities to exercise can be rare; and rushed, unhealthy snacks and meals are often the norm.

SF-based Keas is focused on mitigating all that. It offers employee wellness programs to large companies (and in the future, smaller companies as well) that draw on social media, gamification, motivation theory and psychology.

Macworld iWorld Reborn as Consumer Mobile Lifestyle Festival


As some 25,000 attendees begin to gather at the Moscone soon for the 29th annual Macworld show that opens on January 31st, we spoke with Paul Kent, general manager of the event, about the way the long-running show is changing.

“It is evolving into a consumer mobile lifestyle show,” Kent said. “It is a big coming together, where the attendees are looking to presenters for new apps and ideas, and the presenters and developers are looking to these early adopters for feedback.”

Luckybolt Wants to Help You Reclaim Your Lunch Hour

If you were going to make some generalizations about the people who work downtown in San Francisco these days, one choice would be to note the high density of foodies.

From farmer’s market ingredients and artisan products to fresh dishes made from locally grown, seasonal crops carefully prepared by great chefs at affordable prices, the city by the Bay comes pretty close to a food paradise.

The real problem for many people with jobs downtown is time.

LiquidSpace is Changing the Way Businesses, Large and Small, Share Offices

LiquidSpace iPhone Map

A little over a year ago, when we took our first look at LiquidSpace it was just a few months old, and mainly focused on helping individuals like freelance consultants book short-term office space while they were out and on the go.

Two Sense: How Can I Compete with My Girlfriend's Vibrator?

My girlfriend has a couple of vibrators that she likes and has been using for years, more often (she says) when she was single or when we’ve been away from each other on business trips and the like. The other day she suggested using one while we were having sex, and I was open, but when I saw how quickly and powerfully it got her off, I felt a little taken aback. She orgasms with me nearly every time, but not in like three minutes flat. I want her to have as much pleasure as possible, but I worry that if we bring the vibrator into bed with us, she'll get more attached to it than she is to me, if you know what I mean.

Slice's Unique Feature Can Save You Money After You Purchase Goods

Harpinder Madan and his two co-founders started Slice a couple years back to focus on one very specific problem – the difficulty of saving and organizing online shopping receipts.

Lightspeed Venture’s Barry Eggers On How "Big Data" Is Disrupting Baseball

Barry Eggers

One of the main buzzwords emerging from the tech world the past two years has been “big data.”

But from a non-techie perspective, what exactly is big data? And how does it work?

I sat down with Barry Eggers, the Managing Director of Lightspeed Venture Partners the other day to discuss his unique approach to the subject of big data. He likes to explain its impact by focusing on how it is beginning to transform major league baseball.

Shop It To Me Threads: Your Personal Shopping Assistant for Clothes and Fashion

Shop It To Me Threads

Over the recent holiday shopping season, SF-based Shop It To Me brought out into public beta its reimagined personalized shopping assistant site Shop It To Me Threads.

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