With the average desk rate in New York City at $1,100, design-focused Williamsburg space The New Work Project is, if not exactly keeping it real, then at least in keeping with the new reality of a swank and upscale Brooklyn.
If it costs that much, you’re doing it wrong. Why companies that spend big still end up with inferior products, by Melissa Mesku.
Why am I still carrying around dead keys to a place that no longer exists? By Melissa Mesku.
In 2014 I participated in the madcap hackathon roadtrip known as StartupBus. Before I went, what I really wanted to know was what the hell am I getting myself into. Here’s an overview.
Coworking spaces have been lauded for “accelerating serendipity,” but what does that really mean? A deeper look into how serendipity works and how it might be measured. By Melissa Mesku.
Since we started the magazine a year ago, we’ve been hit up by journalists, TV producers, etc., asking us who they should contact for stories on coworking. We were like, oh, cool, um, go talk to this person. Now there’s a better way.
On Friday, August 7, 2015, nearly 100 coworking spaces in more than 16 Brazilian states and the capital will participate in Coworking Day Brazil to celebrate the tenth anniversary of coworking.
Is my adulterous relationship with many types of work preventing me from having a harmonious marriage with one skillset, one industry? Well, too bad. In defense of juggling multiple jobs, projects and streams of income.
A look at what to expect at Australia’s first Global Coworking Unconference Conference, and some casual speculation about why coworking is taking off nationwide.
Currently in beta, Townsquare is a platform that aims to connect coworkers with each other around the world. We take a look at the possibilities and the challenges ahead.
We’ll be at the 4th annual Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUCUSA) in Berkeley on May 6-8, 2015. Check out our interview with GCUC founder Liz Elam on the origin of “juicy” and what to expect.
Workspace marketplaces like LiquidSpace, Share Your Desk, DesksNear.Me, SpareChair and more are vying to connect flexible workers with available workspace. What are they doing differently, and what role will they have in the future of work?