Category: The Original Link

  • What five years difference makes

    Five years ago the coworking movement was just beginning and “what is coworking” was being tossed around left and right. Liz and the OG video crew crafted this video to give the world a glimpse at the coworking phenomenon. Fast forward five years and the movement has now snowballed, the momentum is no longer regional…

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  • Why Linksters Cowork

    Link Coworking has a diverse group of members and when asked they had a number of reasons why they cowork. Here are the top 5: To have a separate workspace away from family and household chores like laundry. “I need to separate myself from my six-month-old child so that I can actually get some work…

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  • Expanding Coworking: Liz Elam of Link Coworking and Link Too

    Liz Elam is a breathing embodiment of the coworking movement. She owns two spaces in Austin, Link Coworking and Link Too, produces GCUC, the Great Coworking Unconference Conference, and is President of the League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces. Her spaces are called cutting edge. She’s asked to talk on the importance of connection. Is it any wonder we wanted to hear what…

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  • Your Home is Your Haven, Not Your Workplace

    Some of the most common reasons that people decide to join coworking spaces are that they are distracted from work by kids and chores that need to be done around the house, they want a community of coworkers again, and they want the ability to network. While many people complain about home life distracting them…

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  • Better Than Coffee shop, Office, or Park – Link Coworking

    Self employed wondering aimlessly through the universe for an office space other then your home? Link Coworking is a membership club that brings people together who share the need for a place to conduct their business in an interactive space. They have private meeting spaces, a conference room, printers, a kitchenette with coffee every morning…

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  • 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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