SF-Based StartupStats Helps Investors Find the Most Talked About Startups

SF-Based StartupStats Helps Investors Find the Most Talked About Startups

San Francisco-based entrepreneur, Nick O’Neill, is known in business circles for founding SocialTimes, a news website that reports on all things social media, from Facebook news to Twitter trends and everything in between. The site launched in 2007 as AllFacebook, and in 2010, O’Neill sold it to WebMedia Brands. Recently O’Neill started a new project designed to connect investors with the hottest startups. StartupStats was launched in 2012 and has been adding new features ever since. The site matches investors with new startups by analyzing data from AngelList and Twitter […]

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Tech Startup, Breather, Provides Private Spaces for San Francisco Workers

Tech Startup, Breather, Provides Private Spaces for San Francisco Workers

When writer, Julien Smith, toured the country promoting his best-selling book, he had a difficult time finding a quiet place to work or relax. “I would find myself in cities… where I didn’t know a lot of what was around me, and I just wanted—I don’t want to say a sense of safety, but more like a sense of just feeling comfortable or feeling at home,” he told Inc. “So I would end up at Starbucks.” Coffee shops like Starbucks proved to be too noisy for Smith, and he didn’t […]

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San Francisco’s Found Conference Proved Dog Tech is Big Business

San Francisco’s Found Conference Proved Dog Tech is Big Business

Technology has gone to the dogs. In March, startup CEOs gathered at Digital Garage in San Francisco for Found, the first ever dog tech conference. The event was hosted by Pack, a local startup that provides a social network for dogs and their owners. Pack co-founder and CEO, Megan Casey, said the purpose of the conference was to discuss the growing industry of technology for dog owners. “We wanted to get a group of fellow dog startups that see the same type of opportunity and solutions together into one room […]

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Make Your Reservations Now for the Return of The French Laundry

Make Your Reservations Now for the Return of The French Laundry

Napa Valley’s famous three-Michelin-starred restaurant, The French Laundry, mysteriously closed its doors just before Christmas to being a lengthy renovation process. The old kitchen has already been completely demolished, and the staff have been temporarily employed at a new pop-up called Ad Lib at the Silverado Resort & Spa. Chef and Restauranteur, Thomas Keller, told Inside Scoop that The French Laundry will finally re-open on April 7, but with a temporary shipping container kitchen, which will keep the restaurant running until the massive renovations are complete. Ad Lib will continue […]

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SF Bay Couple Lives in 712-Square Foot Cottage as an Experiment in Energy Conservation

SF Bay Couple Lives in 712-Square Foot Cottage as an Experiment in Energy Conservation

Since 2012, architect, David Baker, and design communications consultant, Yosh Asato, have made their home in Zero Cottage, a 712-square foot home in the Mission District designed by Baker with the goal of achieving Net Zero Energy certification. According to Living-Future.org, Net Zero certified buildings are rare, and must be designed to harness “energy from the sun, wind or earth to exceed net annual demand.” “The basic concept is that you need hardly any energy for heating or cooling because the house is so well-insulated,” Baker recently told the San Francisco […]

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