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Tuesday, September 16, 2021

It’s been awhile since I’ve referred to the Jelly co-working sessions that I attend about twice a month, in either Manhattan or Brooklyn. But since the most recent one was blogged about by its host, I figured I’d mention it this time around.

If you look to the extreme left-center of that post’s photo, you’ll see my legs, and my hand. And my notebook computer, without which it’s really hard to be a Jelly-er. There was another picture of me, where it looks like I was picking my nose (I wasn’t, I was merely scratching my whiskers) — so I’m glad that one wasn’t posted.

Anyway, the host was Tomato Design’s Nancy Hoffmann, and it was held in her loft in Chelsea. New location for Jelly, and in a part of town that I don’t frequent too often, so it was all good.

One other tidbit from this one: JellyNYC organizer Tony gathered enough cash donations from the participants to buy a Jelly-only wireless router, from the Best Buy right across the street on 23rd.

Since I ponied up ten bucks toward the effort, I’ve got a strong chance at getting to choose the network name for that Official Jelly Router! (I know, it’s a pretty geeky aspiration to hope for naming rights to a computer peripheral, but hey.) I’m crossing my fingers that I win that little lottery, because I’ve got the perfect name picked out. I won’t spoil it by revealing it prematurely, but a hint: It’s inspired by “Sanford and Son”. Buzz on that…

by Costa Tsiokos, Tue 09/16/2008 11:09:52 PM
Category: Business, New Yorkin'
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