Calling coders and writers in Honolulu: we are looking into creating a coworking space in downtown Honolulu. It’s a modern take on shared office space, with an open source mindset.
Coworking was conceived by Brad Neuberg and revolves around the concept of an open space work environment, where expenses are shared by “anchors” and “day trippers.”
Anchors pay a fixed amount per month to cover rent and utilities. It’s basic math: take the total amount due, divide by the number of anchors.
Day trippers pay a low, daily rate, and use as little or as much as they please. Their fees go back to the anchors to cover the fixed expenses.
The whole point is for self-employed modernistas to be able to leave the home office and its crying baby next door, the non-stop lawn services, the low ceilings, and the cramped space, in favor of a “real office” with few traditional barriers. Coworking spaces are popping up all over the mainland, and Honolulu seems like a natural fit.
Are you interested? If so, let’s talk! 384-5554
AUTHOR: Brad Neuberg
DATE: 09/11/2006 11:12:46 PM
Hi Roxanne! How cool would that be to have a coworking space in Honolulu.
What kinds of stuff do you hack on?