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Write here, write now

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Seriously, dude, you should write for us. We have new writers coming to you soon from a couple corners of the US, but we’re hot and bothered and we want YOU. Writers, contributors, columnists, reporters, bloggers — we’re even open to stenographers — from all corners of the globe (and the round parts, too). We’re […]

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We’ve taken issue with issues

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We’re switching to a blog format. This really just means that instead of waiting to publish content until it fits into a cohesive “issue,” we’re just going to post stuff whenever it’s ready. We’ll still send out our pretty emails periodically (pun intended!), but they won’t be lauding the latest issue; with a blog, it’s […]

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Deskmag interviews New Worker Magazine

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What happens when a coworking magazine writes about another coworking magazine? It gets meta pretty fast and I lose the game, for one. Put another way, if two coworking magazines met in a dark alley, which would emerge victorious? Just kidding, we didn’t meet in a dark alley, we met on Skype, and it was […]

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Yep, now we have a blog

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Welcome! We are now adding a blog to New Worker Magazine. Everything else is the same — new articles on coworking topics are still to be found on the main page’s preview panel, or listed under “All Articles” above. But in this cozy little corner you’ll find news and updates pertaining to New Worker Magazine, […]

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Turn your coworking space into a crowdfunding powerhouse

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Luka Piškorič, co-founder of a coworking space and crowdfunding lab in Slovenia, and Abdallah Absi, founder of the Middle East’s first crowdfunding platform, based in Lebanon, share how to create successful crowdfunding campaigns that create value—and income—for your fellow coworkers. By Melissa Mesku

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Montreal’s artist haven

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Montreal’s Mile End neighborhood is said to have more artists per square inch than anywhere else in Canada. Filmmaker Geneva Guerin shares with us her documentary Van Horne & Waverly which takes us to the industrial warehouses of Mile End that have been transformed into creative workspaces and hubs of artistic activity and collaboration.

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