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I remember when I saw the first advertisements for in-flight Wi-Fi. People applauded and cheered. I now see tweets from people complaining about flights that don’t have it. Recently, I was flying out to BlogWorld and some of my fellow companions on the flight were shocked to learn that I hadn’t logged in during the […]

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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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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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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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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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Workshifting on a Train – Part 2

Posted by on 23 August 2010

  Okay, so I have returned from my workshifting train trip from NYC to Miami, and yes I am fully aware of how crazy that sounds.  I traveled on Amtrak for the duration of the trip using something that’s called a USA Rail Pass.  Basically, you receive 8 segments in 15 days for just under […]

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So You Want To Offer WiFi?

Posted by on 9 August 2009

After seeing so many businesses balking at having a workshifting friendly environment (and it’s no wonder, since they run the risk of getting “that guy” as a customer), I thought I’d write a few simple guidelines for the business that wants to open its doors to this new mobile working world. Have a professional set […]

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