Something about their communication engaged me. I usually lag on messages sent through LinkedIn because there’s an extra step to reply. Something about this email said you’re a fool if you don’t at least look at this content. And then they appeared in my gmail, where I prefer to interact. Why didn’t they send it […]
Few regular people understand the back office of technology. They rant and rave about their app not doing this or their mobile device not doing anything on that website. They are uninterested in what it took to make it do any of those things in the first place, and the complex relationships that fire and […]
I said I would go into more detail about my exploits in the world of website building on the way to the much-promised passive income through the internet. After all, generating income through the internet is the definition of a Digital Nomad. My objective was to launch a website for my recently published book, Two […]
URGENT NEWS RELEASE – I’M BACK In the over four years that I have been doing this blog, there were very few gaps in posting. I posted from jungles in Guatemala, I posted from Havana, Cuba, talking my way into a hotel’s business center because that is the only place to get the internet in […]
Forced relocation has more Cons than Pros. Stay mobile and global.
How many times have you clicked on an app, went in search of that photo you took back then, or went to Spotify and thought “I hope it remembers me?” Hours later you may curse the invasion of your privacy at the hands of technology. But in that moment you want technology do what it […]
You Can Win on Both Sides of the Chalkboard Not even ten years ago, all that came to mind when I thought about online courses was dodgy internet degrees from exotic places and online licenses from churches you’d never heard of so you could officiate at a friend’s wedding in the mountains. Now Edtech is […]
Pressure to Learn the Language When you actually settle in a place there is a subtle pressure that builds month by month to speak the native language of the country. Speaking Czech is practically a political issue in a country whose language has as interesting a history as the country itself. The comment I […]
What Collaboration Tool is the One?
A consistent theme at #WebSummit 2015 was the war for talent. Every co-founder cited getting good talent in the door as one of their greatest challenges, and one most didn’t expect. What Founders learned was talent is not just about developers. It takes a range of skills to build a company. These Founders thought there would […]