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Baxter on the Bus - Workshifting

Today, we have a guest post from Baxter Denney, Manager, Database Marketing at Citrix Online. Baxter recently returned from a month-long trip to New Zealand that was half vacation, half workshifting. Below are some tips on how Baxter stayed connected with limited bandwidth. Simply stated, Americans are connected. We are information obese – with broadband […]

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This week, Australia’s fifth and final National Broadband Network (NBN) first release site was launched by the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, and the Minister for Finance and Deregulation, Senator Penny Wong. The site, located in Willunga, South Australia, joins the other four sites in Townsville (QLD), Brunswick (VIC), Kiama […]

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Workshifting While in Prague

Posted by on 11 August 2011

Oh, Prague, how I love thee. Because relatively few houses and sites were destroyed in World War II, much of its old-world charm remains. The home of Kafka is very much the same as it was in the 14th Century. So much beauty. Old Town. The Charles Bridge. The Astronomical Clock. The Estates Theatre (where […]

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I love England. It may not be exotic, but it’s one of my favorite countries in the world. And this year I’ve been lucky enough to spend about 3 months here on and off. Last year around this same time I did a post about workshifting while in England. I decided to shoot an update […]

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Last year Australia watched while ash cloud plumes from Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano caused the closure of 20 airports for nearly a week across Europe causing chaotic and major economic loss. While Australian businesses watched as Europe ground to a halt, they may have done well to consider their own business continuity plans as volcanic ash […]

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Gadget Fat

Posted by on 28 January 2011

If you’re anything like me, you carry a lot of gadgets. My list typically includes chargers, USB cords, laptop, extra batteries, phone, iPod, Flip, headphones and an earpiece. When traveling abroad, I also bring a GSM phone and country specific adapters. All in all, I’d say I am gadget obese. This only became an issue […]

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Friends and Connections

Posted by on 27 September 2010

Most people would agree that when you vacation in a foreign country, it’s best to stay with a local (or at least spend some quality time with one). I would say the same is true for workshifting. My recent workshifting trip through Denmark was probably the best vacation/work/travel I have ever had. My Danish hosts […]

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Working and Playing in Tandem

Posted by on 27 September 2010

It’s never a good time to take a vacation. There’s always a reason to wait until next month, next quarter, next year… Eventually, you have to just jump in and decide, okay, it’s time to take a break or do something a little bit different. The problem for me is, making a trek to anywhere […]

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February and March are two very busy workshifting months for AJ and myself.  We are going to conferences, meeting with clients, launching a client website and working on a charity project all while trying to keep our company and team productive.  We have traveled to the UK every six months for the past two years […]

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Inflight Workshifting Tips

Posted by on 16 November 2009

While sitting on the tarmac at Dubai International Airport I wanted to check in and share some of my inflight workshifting tips.  With all of the international travel that I’ve been doing lately, it has become essential to develop a method for working from the tiny confines of an airplane seat. If you have trouble […]

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