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on peer-to-peer dynamics in politics, the economy and organizations
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Coworking and Communities: Lessons from the Coworking Conference 2015

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Bisner - The Open Collaboration platform

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The Top 11 Shareable Innovations in Chattanooga, Tennessee

The Top 11 Shareable Innovations in Chattanooga, Tennessee | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Tucked down into the southeast corner of Tennessee, Chattanooga is, perhaps, the most unassuming city in the Volunteer State. Though it doesn't have the musical legacies of Nashville or Memphis, or the University of Tennessee like Knoxville, what Chattanooga's 170,000 residents do share is the fastest Internet speeds in the United States. That's right: Chattanooga is the first Western Hemisphere city running a one-gigabit-per-second fiber Internet service. It's 200 times faster than the national average and has earned Chattanooga its nickname, Gig City, along with a seat at the grown-up table.

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Hackathons, Smart Cities and Startups: Life Inside a Coworking Space

Hackathons, Smart Cities and Startups: Life Inside a Coworking Space | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

So you’ve got your Next Great Idea for a data science startup that’s going to change the world. There’s a diverse number of paths you could take- incubators, accelerators, hiring a cheap office space- but one option we hear less about is coworking. We recently spoke to William van den Broek, one of the Co-Founders of the Mutinerie coworking spaces in Paris, about why he sees coworking as “the future of work”.

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Coliving Takes Coworking to the Next Level in Rural Italy

Coliving Takes Coworking to the Next Level in Rural Italy | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
What if coworking was a slow, spacious affair that offered a respite from the everyday grind and included meals, walks and intentional collaboration? What if, rather than being in an urban setting, the coworking space was in a small, rural town?
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Jeff Bernard's curator insight, October 17, 2013 1:47 PM

urban or rural,  coworking collaborative environments encourage and assist with the implementation of new and existing enterprises.