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NPR: Coworking.

Co-Working Offers Community To Solo Workers. “Newly mobile tech workers with laptops liked their freedom but still missed the human interaction they got from going to an office. So they formed meet-up groups: casual, once-a-week deals at different locations — sometimes even people’s living rooms. Today, Bacigalupo says more and more people are working independently — either by choice, a layoff or both.”  There was an individual in Princeton who did this, 20 years ago. He rented a huge space, had cubicles and office spaces, shared conference space, fax machine, printer, network, phones, the whole shebang.  As a freelancer, you could pay by the month or year. Never really took off big at that time, but we used it a couple of times for the conference room space.

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