The Atlantic: “In many ways, however, the golden age of the coffeehouse workday is now, as any barista can attest. Over the last decade, I’ve done a fair amount of work in traditional offices, where I am least efficient, various apartments, where I tend to work longer and more productive hours, and a string of coffee shops, the places where I’ve turned out the most usable words per working minute.”
I’ve only done this a few times. Starbucks didn’t really do it for me. The one I was in didn’t have a nice comfy spot to sit. I did, however, had great success adding new features to RxCalc while sitting in Cappella Coffee House when we lived in Exeter. They had a nice squishy couch to sit on, and just enough background noise to make it the perfect setting.
Speaking of perfect settings. Are you in the Fresno area? There’s a new co-working shop called The Hashtag you should visit if you’re after that coffee house feel and would like to be around other creatives.
Want to know what it looks like? Go check it out.