Share, learn & contribute to the coworking community

The Coworking Blog Deskmag’s Fifth Annual Global Coworking Survey is now online through Open Coworking and will be launched to the general public in January 2015. Because the input of the Coworking community is important, answerers of this early pre-launch Survey will be able to add their own questions for the Survey itself when it launches to the public in 2015. Help Coworking Worldwide in just a few minutes: Take the Survey!

06 March 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Historical Collaboration

“The Junto was a club established in 1727 by Benjamin Franklin for mutual improvement.” Sound familiar? I’m really excited about the interest in coworking that I’ve been able to generate here in Philadelphia. I’ve got a couple of agencies that are interested in sharing space with indies, and some potential dedicated-space opportunities. At the rate […]

02 March 2007 ~ 0 Comments

brooklyn coworking – anniversaries, upgrades and new friends!

this month celebrates six months of brooklyn coworking!! not only have they upgraded their space with bookshelves and a super plush couch, but they are looking for new friends. located in the gallery space of Not an Alternative / The Change You Want to See at 84 havemeyer, just a stones throw from L, G, […]

02 March 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Coworking on abc News

Following the coverage of coworking on BoingBoing and BusinessWeek, abc did a spotlight piece on The Indoor Playground in Toronto and 116 West Houston in New York. Watch now.

28 February 2007 ~ 2 Comments

The Hive Cooperative – an idea for Denver Coworking

Andrew Luter, a Denver based technology misfit, has laid out an all inclusive coworking ideal – the hive – not just a modern internet-cafe, not just a share office space, but a professional working environment embody in a sweet narrative and well laid out wiki. Should you be in Denver or if you are looking […]

26 February 2007 ~ 2 Comments

coworking in

Where the Coffee Shop Meets the Cubicle by Kerry Miller Coworking facilities blend the appeal of an independent environment with many of the advantages of the traditional office. brief excerpt… Over the past few years, coworking facilities—both grassroots, co-op-like versions and for-profit models—have started popping up across the country and the world, from Seattle to […]

24 February 2007 ~ 3 Comments

Twittering while you cowork

It dawned on me that upcoming “What are you doing now” app Twitter is actually a really good tool for coworking. I say this for a number of a reasons and will make one and a half feature requests. First, Twitter is a global consciousness app. Basically, you sign up, tune in and shout out. […]

23 February 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Hat Factory open house party

San Francisco coworking space The Hat Factory is having an open house party next Wednesday, February the 28th: Coworking is having an open house, and you’re invited! Been wondering what all the buzz about coworking is about? Tired of fighting for desk space at coffee shops like Ritual House Coffee Roasters? Are you self-employed and […]

15 February 2007 ~ 0 Comments

making coworking scheduling software a reality

Friends, Romans, Coworkers… We have reached that point were we are seriously talking about scheduling software. John McGann, 116 West Houston, has hired a developer to update his old software. John doesn’t have any particular construct, php, ruby on rails, drupal or some other open-souce CMS. John just wants the software built with enough ambiguity […]

11 February 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Coworking in Orlando

It looks like our friend at Emurse, Alex Rudloff, is putting together a nascent coworking community effort for Orlando. As a number of startup and Web 2.0 events seem to be popping up in Florida, I wonder if this is a sign of things just getting started? Don’t miss the upcoming BarCamp in Miami either […]

10 February 2007 ~ 2 Comments

Coworking office in Palo Alto

Ross Mayfield, CEO of wiki company SocialText, recently blogged about his company’s expansion into the recently vacated bob and bob location on High Street in Palo Alto. Besides a venue for hosting events like their recent Wikithon and the more regular Wiki Wednesdays, Ross is also considering turning the space into an open coworking facility […]