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Critical Mass, Transition

Followers, Donors, and Friends, We are very excited to announce that the project has hit critical mass. After we completed recruitment of the Coworking Wiki oversight team, the work of reorganizing the wiki became self-sustaining. Right now, the team is

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One Week Left!

If you’ve been thinking about donating, now is the time. A donation in any amount helps offset the cost of community outreach and education efforts as well as project oversight. Some of us signed on to the project knowing it

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An Interview With Ashley Aspiranti

Ashley Aspiranti works closely with The Coop and Desktime in Chicago, where she is well known for taking excessive iPhone photos of the office dog, Eli. She is also the Coworking Wiki Upgrade Project’s Directory Coordinator, which seems fitting considering

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Keep Our Mercury Rising!

The Coworking Wiki Upgrade Project is in high-gear! Last month, we secured a full staff. You can read interviews with the team on the blog. These staff members and their respective spaces are donating the time to help this project

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An Interview With Clarke Rahrig

Clarke Rahrig is working directly with Sarah Cox, coordinating the ever-growing number of dedicated wiki volunteers. Outside of working on the wiki, he is the summer intern at Cospace, a student majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University

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An Interview with Susan Evans

Susan Evans started Office Nomads in Seattle in 2007 with business partner Jacob Sayles. With a background in sociology, she strongly believes that coworking spaces play a key role in the health of cities, neighborhoods, and social ecosystems worldwide. Susan

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An Interview with Katie Hurst

Katie Hurst has relied heavily on the Coworking Wiki since her first day as an operations director for the Gangplank Chandler workspace in Arizona. Now, as her day job duties have evolved into running a network of Gangplank spaces and

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Our Host Service Gets an Upgrade

PBworks – the web service that hosts the Coworking Wiki – has announced a series of user interface updates.  As our project gears up, we’re very excited to see how these updates improve the wiki user and editor experiences. It’s

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An Interview with Jeannine van der Linden

Jeannine van der Linden is handling resource updates and editorial privileges for the Coworking Wiki. Jeannine can be found in Oosterhout, The Netherlands and/or in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.  In the Netherlands, she is the owner, chief cook, and bottle washer

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Our First Press Release, Early Coverage

Ah, the press release. Say what you will about it, but it’s a good document. It forces you to reflect on what you’re doing and why, to distill your identity and goals as concisely as possible, and to report on

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