One of the things I did while in New York was check out the cooperBricolage coworking space in the East Village. The organizers arranged a deal with Cafe Fuego to add WiFi, power outlets, and turn down the music weekdays from 9-5. I spent most of the day there on Tuesday, September 11th, feverishly trying to get my talk about ParenScript done for that evening's LispNYC meeting. The food was pretty good, and the coffee decent. The space itself wasn't bad for working either, but I don't think I'd go there on a regular basis. Daniel Gackle and me worked for about a month out of cafes this summer, and long-term the noise and distractions really ground us down. Still, a nice place to drop in if you're visiting in New York and looking for a place to get some work done. I met two other coworkers(?) while there, Jennifer Hall and Robert Sosinski, and both turned out to be doing web stuff.