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Today we have a guest post from Alan Cairns. Alan writes on a number of subjects including virtual receptionists and telephone answering services. London is set for a summer like no other. For the first time since 1948, the UK’s capital is hosting the Olympic Games. As the tourists flock in for a piece of […]

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Today we have a guest post from Liz Presson. Liz’s mission is to encourage those sentenced to life in a cubicle farm to think outside the traditional office. Through her version of “Yelp for co-working spaces”, WorkingRemote.ly, she’s spreading her belief that choice of environment means more productivity and happiness. Liz was a founding employee […]

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For the second post in our Telework Week 2012 series, we have a guest post from Sean Ogle (@seanogle). Sean is an expert at helping people turn their passions and skill-sets into sustainable businesses that can be run from anywhere on Earth. As the founder of Location 180 and Location Rebel he uses the power of his blog […]

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6 Tablet Computer Productivity Tips

Posted by on 28 December 2011

Being a workshifter is a constant quest for productivity. Do more with as little as possible – at least, that was one of the reasons I used to justify buying a tablet computer earlier this year. As such, I’ve been putting my iPad 2 to the test. My goal was to figure out if tablets […]

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When I write about my workshifting lifestyle, there are so many strands to discuss. I, like all other workshifters, have multiple reasons for pursuing remote work, including a checklist of needs for it to run smoothly. When you are disabled, using a cool electric wheelchair and requiring full-time care assistance along with a raft of […]

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Air Travel is a Funny Thing

Posted by on 3 October 2011

I live in Santa Barbara, but my new office is in Boston. This means I need to fly – a lot. “Frequent Flyer” is not a badge I ever wanted to earn, but here I am, 6-foot-3, trying to fold myself into a coach seat I’m pretty sure was meant for a toddler. Let’s take […]

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Today we have a guest post from Tony Schwartz. Tony is President and CEO of The Energy Project, a company that helps individuals and organizations fuel energy, engagement, focus and productivity by harnessing the science of high performance. Tony’s most recent book, Be Excellent At Anything: The Four Keys to Transforming the Way We Work […]

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While video conferencing technology isn’t exactly considered “new” technology, it has long been considered a potentially revolutionary solution for healthcare. Why? Not only does it mean that patients can receive real-time access to specialists in metropolitan hospitals regardless of their location, but it also dramatically improves the way that GPs and clinicians share information and […]

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While I am a frequent workshifter, I am not a very mobile one. I may work in different rooms in my house during the day, but when I work from home, I tend to stay home. That’s where my kids and my stuff are, and I don’t have to dress up. Because I mostly workshift […]

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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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