LooseCubes got it better than most: sharing workspace is about the people and not the facilities. In the wake of their departure, we have a chance to take a look at where things are going.
We’ve got a space. We’ve got people who are ready to help. Now, today, it is time for us to take action.
In earlier crises around the world, members of NYC’s tech community have stepped up to build solutions to help with relief efforts. Now, the crisis is literally in our own backyard. Now is our time to shine.
Who’s the real bad guy when an otherwise good company does evil things? How can we change the system to account for that?
You can’t pull the plant out of the seed. You can work hard to prepare the soil, provide water, sunlight, warmth, but in the end, the plant will come out when it is damn well ready.
What’s the line between defending the healthy organic development of the community and providing members with a service or resource that could be useful and helpful to them?
If you haven’t visited NYC’s newest and most exciting new neighborhood, now is a great time to see all it has to offer.
Working for yourself is awesome, but it’s not easy. The fact is, the world’s built for employees. That means the enterprising self-starters out there are largely on their own. Not anymore.