Our CoLab Orlando members have likely seen a new face in the hallways. It’s Brian Wilson, CoLab’s new community director. Brian has experience in coworking, having spent time at a coworking space in Portland, Ore., and he already plans to help grow our community.
I'm going to spend some time seeing if I can put together a Seed Accelerator for Drupal. Thus - step 2 in my personal plan for Drupal world domination.
What would this look like? I'm not completely sure yet. I suspect it would work a great deal like the TechStars program (see also the FAQ):
1) Prepay membership:
If you’re interested and able to prepay membership, contact Adam (email@example.com) directly to coordinate. We prefer the 3 and 6 month prepayments, but are open to alternative arrangements.
2) Invite a friend to join Indy Hall:
Built out of the organizing structure of churches, unions and block associations, CDCs were envisioned as a way for citizens to have direct control over their neighborhoods while leveraging the tools of government and business. Since 1967, the first CDC, now called the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, has constructed or renovated 2,200 housing units and helped bring more than $475 million in investments to central Brooklyn. Meanwhile, the East Los Angeles Community Union formed in 1968 and was also funded through the Kennedy-Javits legislation.
Swivel Spaces is coworking in Orlando at its best. It's so much more than just getting work done. It's about doing even greater things because you're connecting and collaborating with creative business people like you.
We, the citizens of Rhode Island, associate ourselves for the purpose of providing a local forum and home for the arts, through the maintenance of residential and work studios, galleries, performance and educational spaces. Exhibitions and performances in the forum will be unjuried, uncensored and open to the general public. Our facilities and services are made available to all artists who need a place to exhibit, perform, or create their original artwork, especially those who cannot obtain space to exhibit or perform from traditional sources because of financial or other limitations.
in the last few years a fundamentally different model has taken root - one in which consumers have more choices, more tools, more information, and more peer-to-peer power. Pioneering entrepreneur Lisa Gansky calls it the Mesh and reveals why it will soon dominate the future of business.
After all the testing and analysis, one system stood head and shoulders above the others: the ZoneFlex system from Ruckus Wireless. I remember in particular one of the graphs comparing the performance of the various systems under heavy load. The other systems showed a jumble of jagged lines representing drop-outs, while Ruckus sailed smoothly through with none.
Founded in Spring 2009, through a partnership between the local non-profit of Hale Empowerment and Revitalization Organization, Inc. (HERO) and a design collective known as Project M, PieLab came to life as a combination pop-up cafe, design studio and civic clubhouse with the mission of: ‘ Pie + Ideas = Conversation. Conversation + Design = Social Change.’
The Iceberg is a place where anyone with any background can work alongside each other. A place where an accountant can work next to a skateboard manufacturer founder. A place where this dynamic helps create the diverse set of resources The Iceberg is able to provide. By celebrating the fact that anyone and everyone can work alongside each other, we are able to increase the possibilities so serendipitous moments, increase the access to perspective, resources, and expertise, as well as offer a higher level of support from the community.