Open Plan Offices: only a manager could love them Paid Members Public
Why really bad decisions get made about open plan offices [https://medium.com/@rands/your-best-work-5a72a1ad408d#.dyc65n5o3] It’s because the people making the decision don’t have to use the space: > Let’s start with the fact that the folks often making the space decision are managers who already don’
Office of the day: Tom Foolery Paid Members Public
My lovely local coffee shop, Tom Foolery, was my morning office. Fab coffee, lovely staff. I wrote about it [http://www.shorehamlife.com/2014/05/tom-foolery-shoreham-by-seas-new-coffee-shop/] on my local blog (for local people) a couple of weeks ago.
Third Place Thinking Paid Members Public
I’ve long been fascinated by the concept of the [Third Place (or Space)](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_place) – the liminal space between home and work. It’s a lingering obsession from my days as a commercial property and architecture journalist, where I encountered plenty of new theories
Alone Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/11/alone.jpg] Really must do something about going home at a sensible time one of these days…
Where do you write? Paid Members Public
Practical Blogging talks about the coffee shop as an ideal place to write [http://sleepyblogger.com/?p=383], based on an article in USA Today [http://www.usatoday.com/life/2006-10-04-third-space_x.htm#]. This is a familiar idea. In fact, it’s been something of an obsession for me since
The Coffee Shop Office Paid Members Public
This is a great story: > Wired News: Monster Fueled by Caffeine [http://www.wired.com/news/mac/0,2125,66276,00.html]: SAN FRANCISCO — Delicious Monster [http://www.delicious-monster.com/] is the Mac software company behind the hit Delicious Library, a program for cataloging collections of books, movies and games.