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Big data projects: To build or to buy?
Sometimes buying just makes good business sense. That's how Johann Schleier-Smith, CTO and co-founder of the social media site Tagged.com in San Francisco, weighs technology investments.Read more on TechTarget
Mobile Dentist’s Office Keeping Bay Area Tech Workers’ Teeth Clean
Bay Area tech companies offer many different perks to keep up employee productivity, and now they’re bringing the dentist to the office. Studio Dental partners with companies like Tagged by bringing a dental office on wheels to the company’s headquarters in San Francisco.Read more on CBS5 KPIX
Industrial Vibes For the Next Tech Era
Tagged has incorporate areas for employee perks including a full-service Zen room, private yoga classes twice a week, chair massage therapy every three weeks and functions as a nap room. It also has a roof deck with spectacular views of the Embarcadero, Bay Bridge, Transamerica and Coit Tower.Read more on California Home Design
How Tagged sidestepped Facebook and stayed alive
When Facebook came to the scene and crushed every social network in site, Tagged was able to pivot and avoid destruction. Here's how the founders kept it alive and, more importantly, kept it successful.Read more on Tech Republic
‘Social discovery’ is not about making friends. It’s about sex, narcissism, & gossip
''Mobile changes everything. We have a device on us, it’s much more personal,” said Tagged cofounder and chief executive Greg Tseng in an interview with VentureBeat. ''And I think that mobile makes the social discovery opportunity even bigger.”Read more on VentureBeat
San Francisco Chronicle
Tech goes back to school for community relations
As its opening effort, Tagged hosted a group of Thurgood Marshall students on an information-technology track for a field trip to the company's headquarters. ''They couldn't stop talking about it when they got back,'' Principal Martha Torres wrote in an e-mail to Tagged. "I think some future computer programmers were born today."Read more on San Francisco Chronicle