Have you ever wondered what and where the folks at some of your favorite sites such as Twitter, Flickr, Digg or Facebook might look like? You would think that folks from Web 2.0 environments might have a more vibrant, high energy look and feel. I think that the people and the work place tell a lot about your organization. Some places are in high end tech centers and well funded office locations with very stuffy kinds of furniture, other work places are very much organized chaos with open spaces, whiteboards on the floor and a cubicle stacked with Monster Energy cans.

Can you guess who this is and the company?

How about this one?
The Twitter work space.

Check out these and a whole lot of your favorite Web 2.0 Workplaces at UADDit.com.
I guess if you are a startup, like WeAreTeachers, you may have limited resources, in different locations or you may even work out of your garage. I guess everyone has to start somewhere... I currently office from my home, but we do have an office in Austin where our development and operations folks work from. Most of my work is done through iChat, Skype, webinars, online community posting, email and phone with projects managed to and from co-workers using Web 2.0 resources and online file sharing and collaboration tools. I am amazed at how much more work we are able to get done by not being in an office, not that being in an office is good or bad, but to say that remote project development is alive and well in our organization. I'm sure many of you probably work with folks in other parts of the country or conduct class projects with folks in remote areas. And that's a whole different topic on how the world is flat.
John C. @ his work space.

What does your workspace say about you?

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