VisitConnect804.com, Spring 2011

RSVP by calling 814.4556 Richmond, VA is “Among Forbes Magazine’s 50 Best Places for Business and Careers!” (Forbes.com 2010) CO-WORKING PRINCIPLES: -Collaboration- Meeting a diverse group of people with a wide range of knowledge is good. -Openess- Transparency and openness are important. We share Ideas so all may benefit. -Community-Creating good social connections for business and personal life benefits us all. -Localism-Working in our downtown will help acheive our principles and contributes to our local economy. -Sustainability- Sharing Resources is good for our local community and the planet. -Accessibility-Coworking Spaces need to be affordable for a diverse group of people. Plus spaces must be handicap and wheelchair accessible. Visit Connect 804, will provide office and meeting space for rent and that space will include various resources depending on the coworker level. All customers recieve Free Wireless internet, couches, free events, and a comfortable working environment. We are located in the heart of downtown’s excitement and growth between VCU/MCV and on the First Friday’s Art Walk. We are next door to the main library, a variety of Richmond’s voted best restaurants including Richmond’s TOP CHEF of LeMaire Restaurant located inside the Historic Jefferson Hotel, 5 blocks from the Richmond Convention Center and the “Arts district”, walking distance to the US Post Office and walking distance to several major banks. Membership Amenities also Include: Fresh
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After internet services were disconnected in Egypt, protesters were prevented from speaking to the world. But thanks to John Scott Railton, a Los Angeles based student, who took upon himself the task of uploading messages on micro blogging site twitter. He started making calls and posting messages on a twitter account he created for the Egyptian protests Protestors were scattered and some were trampled underfoot. Battle for Egypt Pro Iran Islamist vs Green Freedom Seekers of Egypt Thousands of supporters and opponents of President Hosni Mubarak battled in Cairo’s main square, raining stones, bottles and firebombs on each other in scenes of uncontrolled violence as soldiers stood by without intervening. Government backers galloped in on horses and camels, only to be dragged to the ground and beaten bloody. All the unrest has also led to heightened tensions along the Egypt-Gaza border. Both Israel and Hamas, which controls Gaza, have been watching the situation closely, the border has been closed since Friday. More than a million protesters flooded into central Cairo, turning Tahrir Square in the Egyptian capital, into a sea of humanity as massive protests against President Hosni Mubarak swept across Middle East’s most populous nation. Packed shoulder to shoulder in and around the famed Tahrir Square, the mass of people on Tuesday held aloft posters denouncing the president, and chanted slogans “Go Mubarak Go” and “Leave! Leave! Leave!” Similar demonstrations calling on
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2 Replies to “VisitConnect804.com, Spring 2011”

  1. Good job young Man (JSr). All men/women are equal so should then be all voices.

    This is what free men/women do.

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