The Bay Area Air Quality Management District Board recently approved $5 million for the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and home chargers. According to the press release, the money will fund the installation of: 3,000 home chargers 2,000 public chargers 50 fast chargers (off of freeways) They say that transportation is responsible for […] Continue reading Bay Area to Install EV Charging Stations
Visit this site to start to learn more about Coworking Short History A couple of years ago, I read an article on coworking. After reading it, I thought to myself…wow, this is just like the old Neighborhood Telecommuting Centers of the 1980’s. Having co-written the first “Telecommuting Plan” at LLNL, I became a staunch advocate of telecommuting and in the early to mid-90’s, I pondered … Continue reading What is Coworking?
Just wondering how long it takes for your commute….this is part of a detailed research study that will be published in the Journal of TelBitConsulting….errrrr, right here. 🙂 How long does it take you to get to work (one way)?Market Research Continue reading Commute Time Research
OK, this is ridiculous. Folks….it is 2010. The Internet is at nearly everyone’s feet, computers have evolved into lean mean mobile machines, phones have done the same. Social networks abound, email, IM, Twitter, Facebook, videoconferencing, voice, video, and data….all at your fingertips. Airports, train stations, McDonalds, Starbucks, Barnes & Noble, just about every where there is wireless access to the Internet. Why are you still … Continue reading Telecommuting = Coworking = Telework
Telecommute while the coronavirus is still active.
BEEEEPPPP. BEEEEEPPPP. Arrrgghhhh. It’s 5:00 AM and your alarm clock is announcing the start of a new day. You hurry to get ready for work, then climb into your trusty automobile (or climb aboard the ACE train) for the, sometimes stressful, one or two hour commute to work.Continue reading “Telecommuting: Crossing the Threshold to Work, Part 1”
Social networking meets technology. Last night, the TracyVirtualOffice coworking location (that be me…) hosted Tracy’s first TweetUP. The event was well attended and the energy was palpable. Just like coworking. 🙂 This video was taken by a Tracy Press reporter (Justin) using one of those really cool Flip cameras. The quality is excellent. Eventually this video will show up on the TracyPress.com front page and … Continue reading TracyVirtualOffice Hosts Tracy TweetUP
Gas prices have come down. I went to the gas station yesterday and paid $1.94 for a gallon of gas. For a starving blogger, this is good news. I now have more precious $$ in my pocket for other things (Did someone say beer at The Great Plate?) Do you stop thinking about telecommuting? Do you stop thinking about more efficient cars? Do you … Continue reading Telecommute