Co-Working is a growing pheomenon among those of us whose primary tool for the job is a computer. The idea is that instead of going to work in a cafe or staying home, you go to a dedicated space, pay a fee and get a desk and an internet connection and — bonus — a place to hang your hat and store your lunch box.
I’ve been doing the co-working thing for almost a year now. Our local space is the Workentile Exchange. I’ve now finished a total of 3 books there. I am in fact a convert, and I say so on the radio; WWJ talk radio in fact.