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Networking and Jelly

Discussion in 'Face-to-face meetups & events' started by Rachel Reeves, Dec 20, 2008.

  1. Rachel Reeves

    Rachel Reeves Member

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    Just wondering whether anyone here has worked at a Jelly before?

    "What’s Jelly?

    Jelly's a casual work event where everyone's invited. It's for anyone who'd like to work alongside other creative people in a welcome environment.

    Some Jellies are in people's homes (that's how it started) others are in coffee shops and businesses. You bring your laptop and some work, and Jelly provides wifi, a chair, and smart people to bounce ideas off of and collaborate with."
    wiki.workatjelly.com

    I haven't but are very curious about them...
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  2. Adam Randall

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    I haven't heard of it before, but it does sound interesting.

    Melissa
  4. Rachel Reeves

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    Lol Adam :)
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    Hi Rachel

    Never heard of it before - it sounds fun.
    But as I don't use a laptop but a large desktop computer it wouldn't work for me. And I also work better when alone and without distractions.

    Although - it might be ok at concept stage or when brainstorming.

    Thanks for the link.

    Merry Christmas to all of you
    Astrid

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