Year: 2012

  • Why I Call Myself a Curator

    In Wikipedia the Curators responsibilities are described: “In smaller organizations, a curator may have sole responsibility for the acquisition and care of objects. The curator will make decisions regarding what objects to collect, oversee their care and documentation, conduct research based on the collection, provide proper packaging of art for transport, and share that research…

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  • Coworking – Straight Up – Guest Blogger Lavanna Martin

    Coworking. I’m going to tell you straight up that it is not for everybody. My husband, who is an engineer and loves his cube, doesn’t get it. The corporation that he works for is transitioning to more open environments. He is already making plans to move all of the portable whiteboards into a fortress configuration…

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  • How Coworking Brings People Together

    We like to say that Link Coworking is more than a place to work. It’s a community of people who like to collaborate, network and share ideas – both personally and professionally. There are many stories of friendships and supporting one another. In July, Sharon decided it was time to buy a car. Her beloved,…

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  • Kickball, Community and The Big Lebowski: Guest blogger – Lavanna Martin

    Last Saturday, Link Coworking played kickball against Center 61 Coworking space. We would have preferred a kinder, gentler version in which we played kickball “with” Center 61. Instead, they shellacked our butts. I think that the final score was 19 to 6. You’re probably thinking that Link’s team sucked. You’re saying to yourself: “Glad that…

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  • Link Turns Two – A look Backwards and Forwards

    I don’t spend a great deal of time reflecting on the past. I try hard to live in the present. However, with a birthday upon us at Link and growth in process it’s made me look back. I remember well the day a couple of older gentlemen from SCORE told me to stop analyzing the…

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  • Shareable: Why I Started a Coworking Space

    In 1999, I moved to Atlanta, Georgia to do outside sales for Dell. I was replacing a seasoned sales executive on a large account with great potential. Early on in my training in 2000, he took me to the 191 Club in downtown Atlanta. The walls were dark wood, I was the only female in…

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