General Assembly, NY (via Campus – General Assembly)
Despite all the stories you’ve heard, the hardest part of working from home isn’t putting on pants every day.
I’ve been working from home, a few different homes, since late 2007. And the biggest thing I’ve learned during those four years is that working from home doesn’t have to change how you get work done, but it does change nearly everything else about your gig. When there are hard, regular deadlines and a constant flow of work, it is just like being at an office—with the added advantage that nobody else is there to interrupt my train of thought with an impromptu visit. And then there were times when I nearly broke down and told the boss the truth about why that weeklong project was in such sad shape: Because just when I need to focus it becomes clear that there are a lot of interesting links to look at on the Internet. Like this one.
Le Node bordelais sera un espace dédié aux professionnels du numérique et des nouveaux médias. Ouverture prévue : printemps 2012. (via Le Node bordelais)
The Soho, un immeuble de coworking à la japonaise (via 【公式】the SOHOオフィス｜共用・サービス)