Brigitte Noel for CBC News

This article provides a snapshot into the growing popularity of ‘hacker houses’- communal residences that combine a home/workspace environment. People who inhabit them are generally young entrepreneurs and freelancers in the technology sector. This unconventional model allows individuals to work at their own pace and in an environment that fosters collaboration a little more easily than a traditional ‘corporate’ setting would. Note that the workers profiled are not ‘hackers’ involved with illegal activity. Read the full article here.

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