Posts Tagged“digital nomad”

If you are routinely late on your payments, or have defaulted on a loan or two, there is no mystery as to why your credit score is so low. All credit is a type of loan. If you do not pay back your loans in the agreed upon timeframe, it will adversely effect your credit rating. That lets the next potential lender know that you are a bad risk. That does not mean that you will never get another loan. There will always be someone willing to loan you money. Rather, it means that the terms of your next loan…

VoIP is the hot new phone service for businesses to stay connected; approximately 42% of all businesses currently utilize VoIP services, and that figure is climbing. Companies are choosing VoIP instead of Analog phone lines due to its relatively low cost, its high level of features, and its flexible service. According to the marketsmorning.com article, VOIP: Businesses Voiding Standard Phone Lines For The New It-Technology, “By the year’s end in 2015 it is expected that over 30 million households in the U.S. and 65% of all businesses would switch over to some form of VoIP service and ditch traditional phone…

   by  Martin Nikolaj  As digital citizens we are in the happy position that we can work globally and live locally. Our digital devices mean that we can communicate and collaborate across continents at the same time that we can immerse ourselves in the specific, close up and intimate environments in which we choose to place ourselves. In The Year Without Pants, author Scott Berkun describes how WordPress was run on the basis of a scattered set of brilliant minds, interacting across the world in a way that confounded just about every twentieth century management maxim. Rather than discipline, regimentation and control, the…

https://www.flickr.com/photos/stevenzwerink/6649030521/in/set-72157628332449223 In the digital nomad community, hubs have formed to enable the emerging mobile workforce to baseline their expenses and gather together, with the latter being an important quality in an often lonely line of work. While places like Chiang Mai, Medellin, and Berlin have formed the first generation of meccas for our fellow roving laptop jockeys, new centers are beginning to form as more people join our ranks. What up and coming places are hot this year? These places are on track to become digital nomad hubs for 2015, so if you are traveling close by to these locales,…