We Need a New Word for Coworking


One night in the summer of 2007, a group of freelancers and entrepreneurs met in a brick-walled coffee shop on St. Marks to toast their untethering. It was the grand opening of CooperBricolage, one of the first coworking collectives in New York City, and everyone in the room was flush-faced and smiling like idiots. Read More


Google Is New Work City’s Secret New Sponsor


Google is sponsoring New Work City’s NWCU, an initiative¬†consisting¬†of 12 to 15 recurring classes, workshops, and speaker panels created to offer members of the coworking community new skills and more opportunities to get together.

Google’s developer relations team will be working with NWCU to develop hackathons, seminars, and other programming designed to Read More