From the Crescent City to the Great Salt Lake It ain't what you got, it's what you make — Shovels & Rope Last year we launched The Hardware Store — a coworking community of freelance digital professionals, committed to creating equitable alternatives for regional entrepreneurs, and to the revitalization of Allentown, our neighborhood in the [...]
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Josh Lucas likes to think a new web app, launched out of his coworking space The Hardware Store, will break the boundaries of social media. When the app, named 5×5.works, launches later this month, it will be the first app out of the Allentown shop. “What 5×5 does, is it allows groups of businesses to [...]
The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh, Mayor Bill Peduto's Office, Kiva City Pittsburgh, and Google's Free "Get Your Business Online" Program are hosted a small business resource fair in our coworking space! Community members were able to learn about neighborhood business grants, free resources available to new and established small business, and 0% or low interest [...]
At The Hardware Store, we believe that do'ers should celebrate their creative spirit through productivity, not dangerous and offensive grooming. You see, over-the-top mustaches are just one of many diversions employed by digital service providers. These guys want you to be hypnotized by the glamours yet mysterious nature of technology. Odds are, your organization has experienced these [...]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Flying robots circling the skies above Pittsburgh? It may sound futuristic, but the widespread use of unmanned aerial vehicles, known as drones, may only be a few years away. Commercial drone use is still illegal, though the FAA continues to draft regulations. Read More: http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2014/02/11/local-company-puts-drone-in-pittsburghs-sky/
Two years ago, Meta Mesh founder Adam Longwill wanted to make a private Wi-Fi connection to his friends’ houses. After testing various antenna designs and routing technologies for a year, he decided not to limit his network to just his friends. He recruited a team on-line, and one year ago, founded his company, Meta Mesh, [...]
Growing up in North Carolina, Micha Rosa started his first company at the age of 12 while he was attending high school. He moved to Pittsburgh in 2007 at age 16 to attend Carnegie Mellon University’sTepper School of Business. While there, he co-founded SurhRosa, a Web design agency that grew from a class project to [...]
By Diana Nelson Jones Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The neighborhood hardware store had its day in the 20th century, but a vacant one will give Allentown a 21st century boost when it opens later this month as The Hardware Store, a co-working incubator of start-up media production and crowd-sourcing companies. Bud's Hardware at 744 E. Warrington Ave. [...]
For a startup company or freelance media producer, office space can be an unaffordable luxury. That’s why Josh Lucas, the founder of internet crowd-funding startup Crowdasaurus, had been looking to open a shared office space on Pittsburgh’s South Side. “It’s hard to run your company in a Google Hangout,” Lucas says, referring to Google's free videoconferecing [...]