Appendix

Sources

As this was an academic paper it is a requirement to list the sources of relevant information. If you are looking for more info on Coworking and Case Studies please check out the Resources section.

1 Books

1.1. What’s Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption – Rachel Botsman (Author), Roo Rogers (Author)

1.2. Working in the UnOffice: A Guide to Coworking for Indie Workers, Small Businesses, and Nonprofits – Genevieve V DeGuzman (Author), Andrew I Tang (Contributor)

1.3. Free Agent Nation: How America’s New Independent Workforce Are Transforming The Way We Live – Daniel H. Pink (Author)

1.4. Digital Vertigo: How Today’s Online Social Revolution Is Dividing, Diminishing, and Disorienting Us – Andrew Keen (Author)

1.5. Here comes everybody – Clay Shirky

1.6. The Starfish and the Spider” the Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organisations – Ori Brafman (Author)

Other

2.1. Slideshare – Let’s Fix The Stupid Job Crisis by Tony Bacigalupo of New Work City – (link: http://slidesha.re/XkhjZY)

2.2. Deskmag Coworking Surveys 2011, 2012 – (link: http://bit.ly/UK7rrJ)

2.3. The MBO partners state of independent workforce index – (link: http://bit.ly/XNiDbU)

2.4. Small business labs – Coworking research – (link: http://bit.ly/WNXgky)

2 Videos

2.5. The Currency Of The New Economy Is Trust by Ratchel Botsman TEDGLOBAL2012 – (link: http://bit.ly/ZrlVwP)

2.6. The Web as a City by Steve Johnson TED2003 – (link: http://bit.ly/VPnfJe)

2.7. People In Beta by KS2 (link: http://vimeo.com/21837974)

2.8. Coworking stories Vimeo group (link: http://bit.ly/U4vq52)

3 Own Interviews / Case Studies

3.1. GOOGLE CAMPUS – LONDON

3.2. CAMP – OMAHA

3.3. ONWARD – CHICAGO

3.4. 1871 – CHCAGO

3.5. ENERSPACE – CHICAGO

3.6. INDY HALL – PHILADELPHIA

3.7. NEXT DOOR – CHICAGO

3.8. ATOMIX COFFEE SHOP – CHICAGO

3.9. COWORKBUFFALO – BUFFALO

3.10. THE COOP – CHICAGO

3.11. Alex HIllman – INDY HALL – Philadelphia

4 Online Links

4.1. Google Think Quarterly – (link: http://bit.ly/UAnwPd)

4.2. GOOD – More people are staying at school – (link: http://bit.ly/Wsvfyf)

4.3. Harvard Business Review – Who moved my cube? – (link: http://bit.ly/Wqr6Lq)

4.4. Information Society – (link: http://bit.ly/WpyJ4p)

4.5. Knowledge Economy – (link: http://bit.ly/ZywX8o)

4.6. Digital Natives – (link: http://bit.ly/13bWTqi)

4.7. IDC Report on Mobile Workers – (link: http://bit.ly/UwnY0Y)

4.8. Results of Deskmag 3rd Survey – (link: http://slidesha.re/Uwp90n)

4.9. Coworking google group – (link: http://bit.ly/ZhQgOo)

4.10. Coworking Wiki – (link: http://bit.ly/TH4Pfl)

4.11. BBH Labs – (link: http://bit.ly/WF4irJ)

4.12. Google X Labs – (link: http://bit.ly/UE18pR)

4.13. Norstrom Innovation Labs – (link: http://bit.ly/13epJp7)

4.14. New York Times Labs – (link: http://bit.ly/ZySu0x)

4.15. Harvard Innovation Lab – (link: http://hvrd.me/RCGbgj)

4.16. MIT CoLab – (link: http://bit.ly/WpW5a0)

4.17. Media Innovation Lab – (link: http://bit.ly/VGALRC)

4.18. Stanford Peace Innovation Labs – (link: http://stanford.io/TYlGt5)

4.19. ING Cafes – (link: http://bit.ly/URZ26w)

4.20. Gigaom – 5 reasons to support employee coworking – (link: http://bit.ly/U0ci8l)

4.21. Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs – (link: http://bit.ly/VQggin)

4.22. Familiar strangers – (link: http://bit.ly/13dWK5L)

4.23. Startup ecosystem chart – The startup genome – (link: http://bit.ly/10cQXyv)

4.24. Knowledge worker – (link: http://bit.ly/VKqa8w)

4.25. General Assembly – (link: http://bit.ly/Wy6CjI)

4.26. Designing Healthy Communities – (link: http://bit.ly/Sk0P6r)

4.27. Project for public spaces – How small change leads to big change – (link: http://bit.ly/VeXaGh)

4.28. Mapping New York City’s coworking centres – (link: http://wny.cc/VOYuN4)

4.29. Spiral Muse original Flyer – (link: http://codinginparadise.org/coworking/)

4.30. Airbnb helps tourism more than hotels – (link: http://bit.ly/RFOTu4)

4.31. Small business labs – The Rise of big coworking – (link: http://bit.ly/10eLo2N)

4.32. Will work for – (link: willworkfor.org)

4.33. Cospace – (link: http://bit.ly/XMNsxj)

4.34. The Downtown Project – (link: http://bit.ly/RFQvUL)

Papers

5.1. – Working Alone Together: Coworking as Emergent Collaborative Activity (link: http://jbt.sagepub.com/cgi/doi/10.1177/1050651912444070)

5.2 – The Coffee Shop: Social and Physical Factors Influencing Place Attachment – Lisa Waxman, Ph.D., Florida State University – 2006

5.3 – An ethnography of a neighbourhood cafĂ©: informality, table arrangements and background noise – E Laurier, A Whyte, K Buckner – Journal of Mundane Behaviour, 2001