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Jelly Co-Working at HIVE770

  • Feb 22, 2013 · 10:30 AM

Here is an event for work-from-home people.

Most of the time working from home is great, but sometimes it's nice to get out of the house and see actual live people, enjoy a change of pace, get fresh ideas, and do some work too. That's why the idea of co-working was hatched.

"Jelly co-working" is a nationwide phenomenon (see workatjelly.com).  Here in San Diego, HiveHaus hosts it every other Friday at Hive770 downtown in East Village.

Hive770, a co-working space, probably hosts in the hopes that people will like their space well enough to become paying regulars.  HiveHaus has work space available for rent, and you can request a tour of the facility.  (Co-Merge is another excellent downtown co-working facility.)

So bring your laptop, iPad and/or a project and join us for co-working at The Hive! We meet in the room to the left as you walk in the front door. Tell the receptionist, if there is one, you're there for Jelly co-working.

We'll start at 10:30 and break for lunch around noon. Hope to see you there!

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  • Amy F

    Sorry y'all, couldn't make it out there in time.

    February 22, 2013

  • Jennifer

    I plan to arrive about 11am depending on when volunteering at my kids' school in scripps ranch. Im wearing colorful scarf, black-white skirt, stressed out 40-something face...So is the next Jelly on March 8? Mu cell/text[masked]

    February 22, 2013

  • Matthew

    I don't think I'll be able to make it today; I have to be on the premises this morning at my job. I'm bummed, as I was looking forward to it. Is this a weekly event?

    February 22, 2013

    • Elaine B.

      It's bi-weekly. I'm out of town for the next one, two weeks from today, but will resume as a routine thing the following meeting date. Hope to see you then!

      February 22, 2013

  • Kim E.

    Sorry, lots of stuff came up and I'm not going to be able to make it tomorrow.

    February 21, 2013

  • Elaine B.

    Dear Jelly Coworkers, I have to miss Jelly tomorrow, but certainly hope you guys will be there and have a great time! Disappointed not to see you all (especially since I am out of town for the next one too, darn it!). Look forward to seeing you all in March, and can't wait for a report on Matthew's origami!

    February 21, 2013

  • Johnny J.

    Wait im not exactly getting what you do at these things. Do we work for the place for a day?

    February 12, 2013

    • Kim E.

      We are a collection of self-employed folks who typically work from home or coffee shops - mixing it up by coming together for the day in a co-working space. Expect a big table full of people, with everyone working independently on his/her own laptop. There is no collective work or project, but there is a good amount of spontaneous chatter and networking. :)

      1 · February 17, 2013

  • Elaine B.

    If you work from home and are looking for an excuse to get out, this gives you a place to go work. Doing what you do at home, but with a social interaction element.

    My dear Kim E, you are a succinct communicator. How would you describe the concept of co-working to Mr. Jones?

    1 · February 12, 2013

  • Matthew

    I'll be working on computational origami

    February 9, 2013

    • Elaine B.

      That's not a phrase you hear every day! Are we talking about geometric modeling/virtual folding, or is there actual paper involved?

      1 · February 9, 2013

    • Matthew

      It's virtual. There's a free program designed by Robert Lang called Treemaker, which anyone can download. You input some parameters for your design (basically a stick-figure drawing) and, after some struggle and fine-tuning it outputs a crease pattern, and after a whole lot more struggle you can fold that into your animal or whatever. Check it out here: http://www.langorigam...­

      February 9, 2013

  • Kim E.

    Looking forward to it!

    February 8, 2013

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