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Feel free to contact me at [email protected] set up a Skype chat with your book club, or to setup a visit if you’re in or around New York. Although Maya has never had many friends, the few she does have are extremely important to her. Two of them are former students—one of them a nonconformist not unlike Ellie. As an ‘out-of-towner’/non-London resident, I have for quite some time belonged to a couple of these. Hive, founded by whirling dervish former PR Lynne Franks in partnership with Regus, was originally in Covent Garden but now also has outposts in Manchester and Bristol.It’s a pretty place: shabby-chic in style (Shabby Chic founder Rachel Ashwell herself worked on the soft, feminine décor), but with hot desks, state-of-the-art video-conference facilities, on-site printers/scanners/photocopiers and ‘day offices’ available from just £7 an hour, or £25 a day, on top of the £25 a month membership. Hive lounges.) By contrast, One Alfred Place, just off Tottenham Court Road, is over £100 a month – but I’ve found I can get more done in one of the club’s ‘workpods’ there than in three days at my own desk, without the typical distractions which the home-worker faces.You have to get the program, make an account or log in, find the usernames of the people you want to chat with, send an invitation and finally, hopefully, chat.And what's a hassle for you might easily be impossible for a less tech-savvy family member or friend. With the latest update, you don't need to Skype to Skype.One person in the group that does have Skype installed just needs to click the New button.You'll get a link you can share through email or social media. Here's the feature in action (feel free to mute the sound): This is similar to a feature Mozilla introduced a while back in Firefox called Firefox Hello that lets anyone chat using just the Firefox browser.

Somewhere you can whip out your laptop, make Skype calls, cover the tabletop with a spreadsheet – and not worry about snooty glares from a maître d’.(Which do seem to have to be plugged in several times a day, in order to function.) Try to work in a primarily ‘social’ venue like a coffee bar or a restaurant and it’s open season: sit tapping on a keyboard and any man on the next table or queuing for a cappuccino has a built-in chat-up line which comes with the (public) territory: ‘So, what are you working on…?’ It’s really not much different to being in a nightclub, for solo females – and not exactly conducive to writing a company report, getting your head around the latest P&L, or even checking today’s 348 e-mails.My observation and experience is that for women in particular, not just B.Hive but all these clubs offer something of a ‘safe haven’, as well as somewhere to plug in your Mac Book Air/Blackberry/i Pad.

Somewhere you can whip out your laptop, make Skype calls, cover the tabletop with a spreadsheet – and not worry about snooty glares from a maître d’.

(Which do seem to have to be plugged in several times a day, in order to function.) Try to work in a primarily ‘social’ venue like a coffee bar or a restaurant and it’s open season: sit tapping on a keyboard and any man on the next table or queuing for a cappuccino has a built-in chat-up line which comes with the (public) territory: ‘So, what are you working on…?

’ It’s really not much different to being in a nightclub, for solo females – and not exactly conducive to writing a company report, getting your head around the latest P&L, or even checking today’s 348 e-mails.

My observation and experience is that for women in particular, not just B.

Hive but all these clubs offer something of a ‘safe haven’, as well as somewhere to plug in your Mac Book Air/Blackberry/i Pad.

Facebook said that the feature will be rolled out to other regions “over the coming months”.