Image via CrunchBaseSo yesterday I dropped by the Blip.TV offices. It's on Broome Street.
The place was packed. There were people everywhere, packed like sardines in a can. When you wanted to wave at someone, you had to be careful you did not hit someone else. You would not have wanted to start a fight.
Maybe Blip.TV is trying to "get" social like Google has been trying to "get" social, I thought. So I tried to help the best I could. I said hello to as many people as possible.
I had heard of window offices. But this looked like a corridor office. It is like you went in, and it was one long corridor, then you turned left,
Image by Laughing Squid via Flickr and it was another corridor.
I did not see any workstations. Maybe they want me to think they do all their great stuff without even sweating, I thought. I was impressed, what can I say? Maybe they have a hidden basement office too. That is where all the grunt coding happens.
I had but one lingering thought. How do they ever get anything done around here? I mean, the place was packed, packed.
The place looked like a fish market.
Image by thinkjose via Flickr