Much of Silicon Alley is still without power, and so New York’s startup workers remain scattered across the city. But time and the tide of the internet wait for no man, and so many are currently working remotely–from their apartments, friends’ couches, coworking spaces, accommodating coffee shops, even bar stools.
One of the companies affected is curation engine Percolate, based in Soho. In a charming show of solidarity, each of the displaced employees has taken a picture of his temporary workspace, and they’ve all been posted on Percolate’s Tumblr.
(By the way, if that baby is seeking employment, Betabeat might be willing to look at an adorable résumé. It’s never too soon to start planning our next Poachables!)