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Started in 2005 by Brad Neuberg, coworking is a decentralized movement of people dedicated to the values of Community, Openness, Collaboration, Accessibility and Sustainability. Learn more about how to get involved.

Coworking: 2 Years and Going Strong

by bradneuberg ~ March 11, 2007 ~ 2 Comments

Brad Neuberg: Coding In Paradise: Coworking – Community for Developers Who Work From Home: “Join Spiral Muse and Brad Neuberg in creating a new kind of work environment for free spirits!” This was the initial blog post I wrote kicking off coworking, an initiative I started to provide new kinds of work spaces for those […]

The cult of the bedouin hacker

by Chris Messina ~ March 11, 2007 ~ 3 Comments

Dan Fost of the SF Chronicle has been following coworking for some time and today has a cover story on the neo-nomads stalking out free wifi and power in San Francisco. While the article gives a good overview of the culture of independents working out of cafes that lead to coworking, he conspicuously makes no […]

Barcamp Austin 2 – Coworking Meeting on Saturday

by noneck ~ March 10, 2007 ~ 0 Comments

for those of you who are at SXSW interactive and Barcamp Austin 2, TODAY (saturday) at 3.30, we’ll be meeting to talk about the coworking movement. please spread the word to your fellow attendants… Saturday, 10 March @ 3.30 pm Barcamp Austin 2 508 East Sixth Street, Austin, TX Technorati Tags: barcamp, barcamp austin, coworking, […]

NYC cafeSlamming

by noneck ~ March 8, 2007 ~ 0 Comments

while the name is more violent than the actual practice. on friday, nextNY’ers are gathering to host a coworking session hang out, and talk: THIS FRIDAY, lets “cafeSlam” at ini ani cafe on Stanton between Orchard and Ludlow. From 1 – 6pm, open house style. If anyone is interested? Sign up on the nextNY wiki. […]

Green Coworking at Citizen Space

by Chris Messina ~ March 6, 2007 ~ Comments Off on Green Coworking at Citizen Space

We’ve always wanted Citizen Space to be a green space — not just the walls (which they are) — but that we’d have as small a ecological footprint as possible in how we run and manage the space. And no, it’s not easy given that we work in high tech and there’s lots of disposables […]

Historical Collaboration

by Alex Hillman ~ March 6, 2007 ~ 0 Comments

“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 […]

brooklyn coworking – anniversaries, upgrades and new friends!

by noneck ~ March 2, 2007 ~ 0 Comments

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, […]

Coworking on abc News

by Chris Messina ~ March 2, 2007 ~ 0 Comments

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.

The Hive Cooperative – an idea for Denver Coworking

by noneck ~ February 28, 2007 ~ 2 Comments

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 […]

coworking in

by noneck ~ February 26, 2007 ~ 2 Comments

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 […]