1750 Harrison Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 252-7611
Office Depot and OfficeMax are now one company. We’ve come together to bring you the best shopping experience possible. OfficeMax at 1750 Harrison Street is the place to shop for office supplies, paper, ink & toner cartridges, breakroom & cleaning supplies, office furniture, and school supplies. Or visit us online at www.officedepot.com.
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Design PLUS Technology? Yeah, turns out they aren't mutually exclusive. Without one, the other just isn't very effective. Great design is only great if it's functional. Technology is only useful if it can be understood. One feeds the other, therefore we embrace them both. The whole point of working with technology is to create something that feels human. Until it evolves into something that's neither design nor technology, but a natural extension of our lives. That's the thinking that built our business. We love the plus.
Rocket Science aggressively handles the whole stack of services from Service/Support (my [email protected]#t is broken!) to Engineering (Projects, Upgrades & Maintenance Programs) to IT Management (Budgets, Strategy & Planning) and Design (creating things that look and feel sexy).
Rocket does all this with a unique culture of fun, interesting staff who treat each client as a special case -- we give white glove personalized service.
OPSWAT is a San Francisco based software company that provides solutions to secure and manage IT infrastructure. Our technologies provide unmatched protection & analysis of known and unknown threats, allowing organizations to control & secure their data flows as well as enhancing malware detection in third-party security applications. OPSWAT’s intuitive applications and comprehensive development kits are deployed by SMB, enterprise and OEM customers to more than 100 million endpoints worldwide. To learn more about OPSWAT’s innovative and unique solutions, please visit http://www.opswat.com
West Agile Labs is more than just a development and design partner. We understand this space well and specialize in integrating seamlessly into existing teams, or building new apps from the ground up for companies of all different stages- from startups (including 5 from Y-Combinator), to Fortune 500 companies, and everything in between.
One of the main advantages of working with West Agile Labs is our blend of local and international talent. We recruit top developers internationally to join our team to ensure you get the highest quality code for the best rate possible. In addition, each project is managed and tested from our San Francisco HQ by our dedicated project managers and QA team to ensure that deadlines are never missed and that you always have someone local to talk to about your project. Our process allows you to receive the exceptional quality you would get with a locally developed project, without giving up any of the cost savings you expect from an international team.
We're proud to be Certified Partners of both Salesforce and Magento.
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This location carries Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint cell phones and broadband devices. We also have a large selection of pre-paid carriers. ( Net10, AT&T Go phones, Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, T Mobile, Verizon, and Metro PCS.)
Rainbow Grocery Cooperative is a worker-owned and run food cooperative located in San Francisco, California. Founded in 1975, Rainbow Grocery is a member of NoBAWC and the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives.HistoryAlthough it quickly became a secular project, Rainbow Grocery was started as a bulk food-buying program by an ashram that existed in San Francisco in the early 1970s. The buying program was coordinated by an ashram member who also worked for the People’s Common Operating Warehouse of San Francisco, a political project using food distribution as a form of community organizing and political education. The People’s Warehouse was striving to build a “People’s Food System,” including a network of small community food stores throughout San Francisco. Rainbow Grocery opened a storefront in the summer of 1975 on 16th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. At this time, the People’s Food System already had two stores in San Francisco: Seeds of Life, in the lower Mission District, and Noe Valley Community Store. The ashram members who organized the opening of Rainbow Grocery did so largely by studying and copying the operations of the Noe Valley store. Rainbow Grocery opened with exclusively volunteer labor. After the first few months, there was enough income to pay the project’s two most active workers. As the store became increasingly successful, it was able to bring more workers on as paid staff, although people were generally not brought on to payroll until after several months of consistent volunteering. As the staff at Rainbow grew larger, the need for more defined organizational relationships also increased.