February 11, 2014 | Filed Under: Geek Love
Once again, it's time for Valentine shopping. What are you getting your loved one, and will it be something that celebrates the things they love? Here's a simple but perfect thing: Star Trek sleep shirts- comfy, sexy, classic. Get it in command gold if they're a top, and blue for a bottom! Just don't get red, obviously, because no lover wants to feel disposable. Unless you guys...
February 7, 2014 | Filed Under: Tech Tips
We're hearing from our clients that they want their site to deliver their service better, more scalably, and at lower cost or higher profit.
This increased functionality can be delivered with third-party systems (such as ZenDesk for customer support or Basecamp for project management).
Third party apps or systems means you can add specialized technology to your site, enriching your business...
February 4, 2014 | Filed Under: Client News
T324's owner David Daniels spotted one of our clients while he was out and about in Berkeley. Pacific Standard Service does repairs and servicing of hospitality equipment like TurboChef, used at Starbucks, Regal and AMC theaters. This truck was probably servicing the popcorn machines at the Shattuck Cinemas or fixing something at Starbucks.
Part of T324's commitment to local small to...
January 27, 2014 | Filed Under: Tech Tips
A new feature in LinkedIn means companies can create Showcase Pages for products or services. Despite LinkedIn's "stodgy" image, we believe it has genuine traction for B2B marketing and a company commitment to generating user value.
Posted: January 16, 2014 | Filed Under:
Google Glass: finally useful. I dunno about you, but I've fallen asleep driving literally hundreds of times. As a person with a circadian rhythm disorder, living anything like a normal life means I have very often had to be out and driving when I should be deep in REM sleep.
As we talked about in our CES roundup, wearables may go mainstream in the workplace long before widespread...
Posted: January 8, 2014 | Filed Under:
Big news: Wearing wearables for work will make them not weird.
Wired has a nice article featuring JP Gownder, who just reported on wearables at CES. The point he makes is that specialized tools for professionals like doctors and police will normalize and bring to market wearables in a way geek-elite Glasshole echolalia never can. Alibi Archive-style agency-based compliance tools like Taser cams...
January 8, 2014 | Filed Under: Tech Tips
T324 owner David Daniels recently gave a talk on SEO at the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce.
One of the big issues raised by small to medium business owners was the question of search engine optimization versus advertising: where do I spend my money?
In the old world, you would take out ads, and your spend on ads would scale to the amount of budget you had. Today, you take your ad budget and pay...
January 3, 2014 | Filed Under: Client News
T324 is excited tohave built another fun site for making astrologically influenced choices, a sister site to MyLuckyTimes.com.
MyLifeRhythms.com has the same easy front end functionality and complex back-end algorithms that deliver user-friendly graphs and calendar uploads. Give it a try!