Charlotte 2.0.2: Creative Work & Workspaces
Posted on 28 Jan 2010 by Justin Ruckman
This is Charlotte 2.0, an ongoing series on technology and startup business in Charlotte — specifically, how to stand out in the banking industry’s shadow, and how to create a more economically and intellectually diverse and sustainable city moving forward.
Philip Dodds (@philipdodds) is spearheading this podcast, and we at CLT Blog are hosting and producing it. Special thanks to Carlos Espin at Area 15 (@areafifteen) for his continual support of this and other community-centric initiatives.
This episode focuses on creative work and workspaces, with guests as follows (left to right):
- Carlos Espin, Area 15 (@areafifteen)
- Rich Deming, Calor Energy
- Jeff Elder, jeffelder.net (@jeffelder)
- Chris Beck, Netphase (@christopherbeck)
- Tyler Ford, Lightbulb Coworking & Lightbulb Creative (@lightbulbcowork)
That is a very convincing impression of Chris Beck by Scott Nedderman!
Anything to help!
Jeff’s sweater goes really well with that wall.
Wow! I never knew Scott and I were so interchangeable! And I thought we were friends, Justin
Haha, you should see the mistakes I make with people who *aren’t* my friends. That’s what I get for copy/pasting from the last episode’s list, then running out the door. :-/
We definitely need to film this in HD next time. Too much detail in people’s faces we’re missing from such a wide angle.
Great podcast! From a professional standpoint we suggest for everyone to work in a creative workspace. And we at Dialect created one that is just of the wall for a creative and modern design-build company. Now we are adding on for artist spaces and small independent offices.
@christopherbeck, not @scottned. But close enough. Both of us are @netphase.