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  • When In Roam
    Grind TV has a nice summary about the Roam Co-working and co-living operation that currently have three properties up and running in Madrid, Miami and Bali. The company, which is promising more locations in the near future, has raised over $3 million dollars to fuel property acquisition and growth around the globe. Far more than a hostel or hotel, Roam is creating workspace/livespace communities for the digital nomadic community at relatively modest prices. Given the locations, $500 a week or $1800 a month for a private room and all the co-working facilities is fairly reasonable, especially given the promise of blazing fast, business grade Wi-Fi and Internet connectivity, and a full-time on site manager. The winds of change in work,...

  • Wi-Fi Coming to More Flights In Europe
    Business Travel New is reporting that IAG, the group that owns and operates British Air, Aer Lingus, Iberia and Vueling will start to roll out Wi-Fi on Airbus 321s and 320 starting in 2017. My travel the last few years in Europe has been rather frequent, and I've always been amazed at the lack of Wi-Fi on planes other than on Norwegian Airlines and the occasional plane that was really a long haul piece of equipment. The big reason was always the short duration of the flights and the cost to retrofit so many planes. But with more new satellite technology coming on board, and with smaller, lighter and more efficient on board the plane technology, the interest has finally...

  • The Anytime Worker is Working Anywhere
    Dialpad had Altimeter Group's Brian Solis author a report on the "Anytime Worker" who is "working anywhere" they can these days. With coworking spots the rage all over the world, and more remote working going on all the time, the report is rather timely. Sign up here to get your copy...and read away...Anywhere you want to.

  • A Man Wakes Up in A Room Without WiFi
    We've all become so used to hotel WiFi being there, that when it's not we might go bonkers. But that doesn't always have to happen. At least not when you bring your own broadband.....I'm telling you this because this morning I woke up here in Seattle at the Coutryard by Marriott and the WiFi was connecting, but there wasn't any IP connectivity. I was too tired to care, didn't feel like being the IT guy for the hotel because thankfully I packed my AT&T LTE pocketspot! A few hours later, it's all back working. Someone must have called and gotten it fixed, but in the meantime, I wasn't disconnected. Besides, it's Saturday and time to go out and smell the...

  • Let's Face It, You Get Hungry
    Working on the road often means room service. Sometime, working on the road has you staying in extended stay hotels like Homewood Suites by Hilton or Staybridge by IHG. Those offer small kitchens but shopping for food isn't always convenient. Thankfully, today we have options that solve both the "I'm hungry now" and "I need some food in the fridge" for many of us. For the hungry now crowd, there are now new services like GrubHub, Delivery.com and Doorstep Delivery, all of whom make it easy to have hot, or cold food, salads and beverages delivered usually within an hour. For those who feel the need food to cook, or simply need things like shaving cream, mouthwash, toothpaste, deodorant, soaps...

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