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  • Re: Coworking Financial Model

    Coworking
    30 Aug 2015 | 5:07 pm
    Hello Erik, Could you please allow us to download your Coworking Space financial model ? Best Regards, Ibrahim On Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 6:18:45 PM UTC+2, Erik Osmond wrote: > > With the recent discussion involving coworking spreadsheets, I would > like to contribute the spreadsheets
  • Reading :: The Development of Sociology in the Soviet Union

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    Clay Spinuzzi
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:08 pm
    The Development of Sociology in the Soviet UnionBy Elizabeth WeinbergA month or two ago, I accidentally discovered that Stalin banned sociology from the Soviet Union. It was declared a Bourgeois pseudoscience. This fact fascinated me, and I wanted to read the story. Although I read a few articles, I thought that picking up a book on the subject would be a good idea.This book, from 1974, was written not so long after the 1956 Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union allowed sociology to be taken up again. But why was it banned in the first place? The first two chapters…
  • Meditation on the go

    Link Coworking
    Maggie Svoboda
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:46 pm
    As our lives become more and more hectic it is becoming increasingly important to stop and check in with ourselves.  It’s easy to continue our daily routines without asking some pretty important questions about our needs and wants on a deeper level. I know most people hear the word meditation and have this gut reaction of “not me, not ever”.  Of those people, of course, all would love for their inner chatter to become just a little softer every once in a while. With the advance of technology and research around the power of regular mindful meditations, we have found a few amazing…
  • Get to know your coworker, Katherine!

    Creative Density Coworking | Shared workspace and offices in Denver for freelancers, startups, and remote workers
    bautec
    17 Aug 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Katherine is on the right. Go Creative Deflaters! When do you move to Colorado and why? April 2013.  I was sick of life in NY and was contemplating either Denver or San Francisco, which I had heard were both awesome and I knew had thriving education reform movements. What do you do? I have a consulting business providing human resource services to mostly charter schools as well as education related non profits and districts. How long have you been an independent worker? Since August 2011 – that’s almost 4 years! Did you always intend to go out on your own? Not in the slightest; it…
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  • Re: Coworking Financial Model

    30 Aug 2015 | 5:07 pm
    Hello Erik, Could you please allow us to download your Coworking Space financial model ? Best Regards, Ibrahim On Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 6:18:45 PM UTC+2, Erik Osmond wrote: > > With the recent discussion involving coworking spreadsheets, I would > like to contribute the spreadsheets
  • Re: Feedback on our $750/month, 300-megabit async fiber quote

    30 Aug 2015 | 5:07 pm
    I'm in Pittsburgh and we've got synchronous 150 for $200 a month and can bump up to 300 for about $280 a month, using fios. It is only a single IP, but does what we need. Normally the higher cost is for better SLAs but we felt the basic business SLA with Verizon was good enough. On Friday,
  • Introducing LineupHub the First Coworking space in South Bali - Indonesia

    30 Aug 2015 | 5:06 pm
    Hello Everyone, My name is Widya. I am the Operasional Manager of LineupHub, the first Coworking space in South Bali. Please check out our website at www.lineuphub.co And please feel free to check our space when you guys visiting Bali.
  • Coworking in Fairfax, Virginia, USA - looking for partners

    30 Aug 2015 | 5:06 pm
    Hi everyone. I have been a member of the group for quite sometime. Reading more than commenting. Now I have a good reason to comment: One of the investment groups I work with has purchased a mixed-use office building in Fairfax, Virginia, USA. Fairfax is very near Washington, D.C. and is
  • Feedback on our $750/month, 300-megabit async fiber quote

    28 Aug 2015 | 9:52 am
    We were quoted 300 meg asynchronous fiber at $1500/month with $750 of that fee donated in the form of a press release, advertising and signage on our website. The drop is downstairs from our space. So the final monthly price is $750. Curious what others are paying for fiber? Thanks Dave @
 
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  • Reading :: The Development of Sociology in the Soviet Union

    Clay Spinuzzi
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:08 pm
    The Development of Sociology in the Soviet UnionBy Elizabeth WeinbergA month or two ago, I accidentally discovered that Stalin banned sociology from the Soviet Union. It was declared a Bourgeois pseudoscience. This fact fascinated me, and I wanted to read the story. Although I read a few articles, I thought that picking up a book on the subject would be a good idea.This book, from 1974, was written not so long after the 1956 Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union allowed sociology to be taken up again. But why was it banned in the first place? The first two chapters…
  • Reading :: One is Not Born a Personality

    Clay Spinuzzi
    30 Aug 2015 | 5:35 pm
    One Is Not Born a Personality: Profiles of Soviet Education PsychologistsBy K. LevitinI ran into citations of this book recently when reading books on Vygotsky's life, and the quoted material looked interesting enough for me to pick up. At the time I began looking for it, I couldn't seem to find it on Amazon, but got the 1982 Progress Publishers version through interlibrary loan (thanks to our friends at Texas A&M). But it turns out that another publisher reprinted it in 2011 (link above), so you can get a copy if you want. I'm thinking about ordering it myself.Not that I am necessarily…
  • Reading :: The Origin of Species

    Clay Spinuzzi
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    The Origin of SpeciesBy Charles DarwinLate this summer, I mentioned to a colleague that I had just finished Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations and was working on Karl Marx's Capital. He replied: "Now you just have to read Darwin's The Origin of Species." Of course he was right: Darwin's book had a huge impact on everything, but especially on economics via Marx and Engels. So, as is my practice with classic books, I downloaded the cheapest Kindle version I could find.The Origin of Species didn't provide me with any fundamentally new ideas, of course—but that's because it's one of…
  • Reading :: Running Lean

    Clay Spinuzzi
    27 Aug 2015 | 6:44 am
    Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That WorksBy Ash Maurya At the end of this book, Maurya tells us: "A book, like large software, is never finished—only released." And that's the approach he took: as he describes the process in Running Lean, he floated the idea of writing a book on his blog, iterated the concept and ideas with his community, released the book, and now invites us to enter the conversation via his blog, workshops, and newsletter.Running Lean describes the lean startup approach well, and it's easy to read and follow. The subtitle emphasizes the key lesson, which…
  • Read my articles in the UT Repository

    Clay Spinuzzi
    10 Aug 2015 | 10:54 am
    Interested in one of my articles, but can't find a free copy? Unwilling to pay lots of money to download one from a journal? Or just want to get a free preview to decide whether it's worth pursuing?I've recently posted several preprint (legal, freely available) copies of my past articles in the UT Repository. Each includes the publication venue and (when applicable) the DOI, so you can find the original venue.
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  • Meditation on the go

    Maggie Svoboda
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:46 pm
    As our lives become more and more hectic it is becoming increasingly important to stop and check in with ourselves.  It’s easy to continue our daily routines without asking some pretty important questions about our needs and wants on a deeper level. I know most people hear the word meditation and have this gut reaction of “not me, not ever”.  Of those people, of course, all would love for their inner chatter to become just a little softer every once in a while. With the advance of technology and research around the power of regular mindful meditations, we have found a few amazing…
  • Our Favorite Coworking Inspiration on Instagram

    Link Coworking
    12 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    Being that we are visual people, of course Instagram has fast become our favorite social media outlet. We don’t get sick of the insanely creative output that people from all over the world share, especially other coworking community. We have compiled a short list of some of our favorites, if you aren’t following them already you should! @eastroom – eastroom.ca – The Toronto based boutique coworking spaces Instagram account definitely reflects the creative community they are centered around. Their photos showcase a wonderful eye in a beautiful space. @alleynyc –…
  • Productivity Tools or How to get more of your life back

    Link Coworking
    9 Jul 2015 | 11:35 am
    Productivity seems to be on the edge of everyone’s tongue these days as we try to do more with our time even though the very notion of time shrinks with each passing week.   It becomes increasingly difficult to find slivers of our day to stop and recompress. That is why we held a talk at Link to go over some of the best apps and services to use to reclaim some of our days. Some of our favorites range from messaging services to food delivery. It’s incredible the small changes that make such a huge difference. Slack has completely transformed the way we work not only within our team here…
  • Operations Intern Mikayla Engel Bids Farewell

    Link Coworking
    7 Jul 2015 | 11:24 am
    When I arrived at Link for my first day of work, I was really nervous. I knew I was about to encounter a new learning experience in the time span of my 6 month internship, while meeting a lot of new people and doing a variety of tasks for Link. I was not quite sure what to expect as this was my first time to work in this environment, but I knew I would leave here with some new friends and experiences that no one else will have achieved. I want to say the people that work here are nothing but kind and welcoming. As an intern I was supposed to meet people and to introduce myself as they entered…
  • 10 Things you probably, most definitely don’t know about Link

    Liz Elam
    12 Jun 2015 | 10:17 am
    10. We hand feed squirrels. It’s true. They come up to the window and let  us know when they are ready for some pecans. They are bold and we are brave. 9. We recently switched our coffee supplier to 1726 Coffee. Mauricio is all about direct trade, getting his delicious coffee from the farmer himself and seeing it across the border to our home here in Austin.   We love the quality and the passion behind it all. 8. Coloring is a daily activity. Okay, maybe not quite everyday, but we always have coloring books around to help give your brain a break and to boost your creativity. It never…
 
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  • Get to know your coworker, Katherine!

    bautec
    17 Aug 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Katherine is on the right. Go Creative Deflaters! When do you move to Colorado and why? April 2013.  I was sick of life in NY and was contemplating either Denver or San Francisco, which I had heard were both awesome and I knew had thriving education reform movements. What do you do? I have a consulting business providing human resource services to mostly charter schools as well as education related non profits and districts. How long have you been an independent worker? Since August 2011 – that’s almost 4 years! Did you always intend to go out on your own? Not in the slightest; it…
  • Get to know your coworker, Rachel!

    bautec
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:57 pm
    Get to know your coworker is a new series where we ask members of Creative Density questions. It’s a new outlet for us to get to know each other in a longer form that is different than Friday lunches or washers. Side note, Rachel is no longer with Creative Density because she is moving to Spain in two weeks for a year because she has her own company and do that. Safe travels, Rach. What do you do? I am a Spanish to English medical research and pharmaceutical translator. How long have you been an independent worker? I started my company about 3 years ago, in 2012. I have been on my own…
  • It’s the Simple Things that Build a Our Community

    bautec
    16 Jun 2015 | 11:20 am
    Last month, I went to my fifth coworking conference and I noticed the same questions about building a coworking community echoing again, as they continues to do on the Google Coworking Group. The same answers seem to repeat themselves (networking, beer:30, meetup groups) with slight nods from the crowds, however if everyone really knew the answer, then they would’ve stopped asking the questions awhile ago. Community building is complicated, but also very easy if you have time on your side and are willing to listen. Throughout owning & operating coworking spaces for over five years in…
  • Food and games make coworking more than a seat to work

    bautec
    20 May 2015 | 12:26 pm
    Do you love board games? How about a food pot luck? We think they both are awesome ways to get together to show off some cooking skills and engage in some friendly dice contact. On May 12th we had our first Your Turn! Board Game Night and had way too much food, beer, wine, and games to go around. It was awesome and a true sign that coworking is way more than just a place to work but a community. FYI – the meatballs from Ellen were the first to be completely consumed. The Menu: Meatballs Green bean Casserole Spinach Vegan Enchiladas Chips with guac and salsa Lentil Curry with rice…
  • How Coworking Gave Me the Fuzzies

    bautec
    28 Jan 2015 | 10:11 am
    I’m a remote worker. It’s often a position that people in offices envy. I get to sleep in late sometimes and no one notices or I can watch TV while sitting on a boring conference call. That’s what people write about. However, what I miss is being able to walk around and chat with someone about last night’s episode of ‘Master Chef Junior’ or ‘The Walking Dead,’I miss happy hour after a completed project or just being able to ask someone to help me plan out a meeting or solve an Excel spreadsheet. It’s the simple silly things I miss. Did you see what happened last night? This…
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