Monday I had the opportunity to go to Jelly. What is Jelly? According to the official Jelly website:

Jelly is casual coworking. We invite people to work from our home for the day. We provide chairs and sofas, wireless internet, and interesting people to talk to, collaborate with, and bounce ideas off of.

The Chicago Jelly meets at the Noble Tree on Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 4PM at the Noble Tree Coffee on 2444 N Clark. You’ll find all types of people showing up from designers, programmers, business types and so on who either have a very flexible day job or are freelancers or have their own startup. Anybody’s free to join. The idea is the alternative is just sitting either at home by your lonesome or in a cube.

Pek goes to Jelly on his day off work. What a nerd.

Jelly’s a very cool way to network, bounce ideas off people, and just be more productive. If I had a question, I’ll just throw it out there. Chances are somebody has an idea.

For more information on Jelly Chicago, visit this website.

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