Got a problem? Odds against you? Call the Geekqualizer. A part-time advice columnist and full time undercover agent, the Geekqualizer is ready to solve your geekiest coworking quandaries. This issue, we hear indispensable advice for a bitcoin bully, a wardrobe worrier, and more, penned by standup comic Roddy O’Hare.
In American culture, stress and exhaustion are worn with pride as status symbols. It’s time we reimagine the work week.
When he first came to New York City in 2007 my local network size was effectively zero, but after joining StartupBus, his network expanded explosively. Mike Caprio shows us visualizations of his network using the MIT Immersion Project and LinkedIn Labs to illustrate how his network works for him.
Role play your way through your first day at a coworking space with a game Clarice Meadows made for New Worker Magazine.
The iRegular project is a top rated educational app that makes brilliant use of visual design. Inés Arroyo recounts her personal journey from “never in my life had I started something with an idea of my own,” to leading a 120-person collaborative team at the crossroads of art, technology, and language education. Story by Melissa […]
The experience of moving from New York to Philadelphia was a little like being dropped onto another planet. Good thing I found Indy Hall. Hila Ratzabi tells us about how she got her start as a freelancer and what “Just Fucking Do It” means to her.
Coworking is a desirable solution for new attorneys, solo practitioners and small law firms, though some may be concerned as to whether coworking spaces conflict with the rules of professional conduct which all lawyers must uphold. Erin Sperger shares some tips for how lawyers can start coworking – and do it right.
The real driver behind the current shift to a freelancer economy is that companies and governments have lowered their responsibility to workers. Joel Dullroy, author of Independents Unite!, brings us up to date on the Freelancers’ Rights Movement.