I recently came to the conclusion that this is something I really need to work on. I’ve done ok in life — multiple degrees from top universities, a six-figure job and a seven-figure net worth in my 40s. But I’ve always been more cooperative, less willing to go after what I want, and looking back at this advanced age, it has hurt me. [more inside]
When you and your roommate/SO/nephew/housemate play together in an online game, in the same room, how do you communicate with each other? I'm trying to figure out the best solution for my SO and I for gaming. We still want to feel "together" but also want to communicate with teammates. Sometimes the cans make use feel isolated from each other. [more inside]
What are some awesome two-player (as in simultaneous play, from the same couch) PlayStation 4 games? Can be versus or co-op. [more inside]
I am saving up for the down payment on a co-op apartment here in NYC. I'll estimate the sum of said payment to be in the $30-$50K range, based on current co-op prices and a down payment requirement of 20%. [more inside]
How might I go about building a (big, cooperative) house in Boston? [more inside]
This is a question about NYC real estate, specifically about a building maintenance issue. After many years of renting, I am in the market for a co-op apartment in the five boroughs of NYC. There is a problem with my current building that I am willing to tolerate as a tenant that would be a complete deal-breaker as an owner The issue is this: [more inside]
I live in a cooperative household in California - 8 people total - and we have a house bank account that we use to pay for communal food, toilet paper, etc. as well as rent. We all deposit $ in the account, and our house treasurer writes one big check for rent that our landlord cashes. Now the local credit union wants us to pay taxes on the money going in and out of that account, which we've never encountered in the ~5-10 years the house has been running things this way. What to do? [more inside]
I just moved from Brooklyn to San Francisco and was wondering if there's anything like the Brooklyn Brainery here. [more inside]
Consumer cooperatives for internet services ? Examples and 'how was it done' type information ? [more inside]
If a bookstore were a co-op, would the exemption provided to co-ops in the Robinson-Patman act allow publishers to offer different sale terms for them than they would to say, Amazon or Barnes and Noble? [more inside]
Looking for some cooperative video games my husband and I can play together. [more inside]
Does anyone have a film recommendation that links cooperative business and community to telecomm industry / Internet / broadband?
Does anyone have a film recommendation that links cooperative business and community to telecomm industry / Internet / broadband? [more inside]
Recommend some good online multiplayer cooperative games for the PS3? (with a split-screen twist!) [more inside]
Is poor participation normal for a preschool co-op? And if so, how do we fix it? [more inside]
What's this kind of group massage called? It involves a small group of people simultaneously performing the same massage stroke on a different part of the massagee. [more inside]
I'm after a documentary I once saw about a self-building housing co-operative in the UK—or more information about the programmes. [more inside]
Co-op question. We contributed $400 (fully vested!) to a food co-op that may never happen. It hasn't been able to secure funding through a USDA loan, or by any other method. It's been about four years. Can I take an income tax deduction?
My spouse and I like to play PS3 games together. Keeping in mind that we've run through Resistance: Fall of Man 5 times now on Superhuman and are getting bored with it, what are your favorite PS3 games which allow COOPERATIVE local play (2 or more players)? I've checked previous threads, but not seen PS3 recommendations. Thanks, hive mind.
Are there books or resources for starting a co-operative grocery store in the United States?
I would like some suggestions for a game to play with my girlfriend. On the computer would be nice, for free would be great and there can be no killing of stuff. [more inside]
Cooperative C64 space adventure game - what was it? [more inside]
I gotta young teen who, sad to say, isn't a great strategist and so on. Consequently, he gets his ass kicked in most every competitive-style board or card game. Got any recommendations on great cooperative-style games?
I want to play video games with my wife. [more inside]
Why should one shop for groceries at a co-op that sells local and organic foods, especially since it's more expensive? [more inside]