When Your Computer Gives Someone Cancer

More of you are asking for advice on green(er) alternatives when purchasing new computers, electronics, and all variety of gadgets. There is rising awareness of the health risks when old electronics are dumped in the um, well, dump. While nobody has yet invented a computer you can plant and grow a tree with, you can educate yourself on finding the…

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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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Wandering the Booths at the MacWorld Expo

We wanted to report on our recent experience at the MacWorld Expo. While the range and diversity of iPad and iPhone accessories was most impressive (um, more iPad cases than we care to mention), we were left wishing for more business software/applications. We were impressed by medical IT company MacPractice, which is advertising some great solutions for medical offices that…

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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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Blog Launch Today

Welcome to the new blog for LimeTech Solutions. We'll be using this platform to keep you updated about the IT work we're doing with all kinds of cool businesses in the SF Bay Area. We'll also be blogging about IT products and applications we're using, to help enable you to make more informed choices around your IT operations as you…

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