QNY Tech Podcast host Daniel Kuney invited our founding editor on the show to talk about the magazine and the sharing economy. Listen to great discussion about coworking and a short introduction to New Worker Magazine (beginning at minute 34:00). http://www.qnynews.com/tech/qny10
Did you know there’s a show about coworking? Well, now there are about to be two. We look at a new NBC comedy pilot, executive produced by Jimmy Fallon; and a professional yet homegrown coworking reality TV show produced within the HuB Sarasota coworking space.
Fly Labs, named by Business Insider as one of the “25 Hot NYC Startups You Need To Watch,” brings instant video editing to your fingertips. The team has worked from multiple NYC coworking spaces and is currently based out of WeWork.
DotZero in Karachi, Pakistan, is the country’s first coworking space for entrepreneurs. In incubating startups the space also fosters trust and economic growth in Karachi.
Every new business starts off the same: with little or no cash, and little social proof to win over new customers and clients. But some serious bartering can solve both of these problems by helping your business get what it needs and provide you with your first clients.
I have a degree in engineering. But I’m not an engineer. This is by choice, but I’ve encountered a lot of stigma. The point of higher education is to give us more choices. Choosing not to use my degree should be one of them.
“Everyone under this roof is a producer, or a DJ, mix engineer, instrumentalist, or some combo of that. It’s clutch to have a neighbor who is doing similar stuff.” Musician John Hamilton talks about the effect of collaboration on his music career.
LabCentral, in the heart of the MIT campus, is the world’s first fully resourced coworking laboratory space for life science startups. In an age of increasing transparency and communication in the biotech community, LabCentral seems to be on the forefront of a new way of doing commercial science.