Our New Headquarters.


The new QCO headquarters.

Well, it’s been a long time coming: we moved into our new headquarters this weekend.  As you can see, at last there’s room for all our staff — no more doubling up at desks, no more working in shifts, no more waiting lists for parking spaces.  We’re really looking forward to finally being able to fit everyone at the all-hands meetings!

Many thanks to the recent donors who made this possible, especially the RIAA, MPAA, and Disney.  Without their steadfast support, we wouldn’t be where we are today.

Modern, state-of-the-art buildings like this don’t come cheap, of course.  Although we’re convinced the new headquarters is the right decision for the organization, we thought it would be wise to start a capital campaign now to cover grounds maintenance, heating and cooling, electricity, and, of course, the snack budget.  There’s a full kitchen on every floor — our dedicated associates will need fuel to fight for your freedoms effectively.

If you’d like to support us in our new home, please donate today!

6 Comments on "Our New Headquarters."

  1. You guys get support from RIAA, MPAA and Disney?

    That’s a surprise. I would think they would be some of the most inclined to hold onto their copyrights, and therefore least likely to support free culture. Doesn’t Disney lobby for copyright extensions on characters like Mickey Mouse all the time?

    Regardless, congrats on the new building.

  2. Well, to clarify: we get support from them in the sense that, thanks to the things they do, it’s easier for us to get people on board with our mission!

    And to clarify further, I guess we’d better point out the date of the post :-).

    1. Hah. I always get fooled on April 1st because I always forget it’s April 1st. Yesterday I didn’t even realize what day it was until some time in the evening. You got me!

  3. It’s a real shame it’s only a prank, you could use some …

    BTW I’m the guy who saw Nina and RMS in Scranton, PA, and things got heated when I asked him about the possibility of FSF/CC shareholder sabotage when trusting copyleft licenses over the long-term.
    My name is Dan and I blog on http://www.xcopfly.com, where I occasionally rant about the tech industry “selling out” to Hollywood and Big Government over the past few years.
    Most of the site falls under CC0.