Tag Archives: knowledge worker

Concentration in the Public Space

By | April 4, 2011

By Jeremy Wagstaff Why do we work in Starbucks? It’s a question I ask myself every day, because I usually find myself in one at least once. This despite having an excellent home office replete with cappucino machine, music, ergonomic chair and, most importantly, sofa. But lo, every day I wend my way to a Starbucks, or one… Read More »

Wikipedia: It’s Wicked

By | February 16, 2004

Here’s a great example of the Internet as it should be: A font of constantly updated knowledge — available for free. By Jeremy Wagstaff (WSJ, FEER) Feb. 16, 2004 6:56 pm ET (original is here (paywall)) Wouldn’t it be great if there was a place on the Internet where educated folk pooled their knowledge for nothing, conscientiously building… Read More »