This is one of the features I really like about using a Kindle: popular highlights. A lot of users, like myself, have agreed to share their highlights on the books and Amazon aggregates them to show the popular ones. It is a great way to skim a book and to see interesting stuff about it, even before reading.
These are the popular highlights of The Coworking Handbook:
The design of the space is not so important—what matters are the people who populate it and their interactions. This is what makes or breaks a coworking space.
A community is not just a network. Community is not just a group of people that work under the same roof. A community is based on experience, participation, responsibility and relationships.
Without a community of members and operators that has the right dynamics, the only value of your coworking space will be exactly that: the space.
It is part of their job to help connect people, to build trust, and to reduce friction (to make it easier to connect), so that more exchanges can happen more easily.
Keep on looking for ways to help people, to connect them, to propose opportunities, and create events that will make it easier for these situations to occur.
Not only that, the page also includes a button to easily read the preface by Tony Bacigalupo and the first chapter of The Coworking Handbook on your computer’s screen: