A curated selection of articles on how life and work are changing, with the occasional offbeat piece

1 mar, 2017


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A curated selection of articles on how life and work are changing, with the occasional offbeat piece.


Topics: Digital Nomads, Future of Work, Gig Economy, Remote Work, Universal Basic Income and much more.


Top Picks

# What Makes The Perfect Office?

What if the ideal office isn’t the coolest or the most aesthetically visionary? What if the ideal office is the one, dog pictures and gnomes and all, that workers make their own?

# How To Find And Get Hired For A Remote Job

So if you want to work remotely, you need a plan. A plan that will help you showcase to hiring managers that you’re not only the best candidate for the job, you’re also cut out for working productively on your own. Here’s that game plan.

# A Digital Nomad, Remote Work And Travel Gear Guide & Packing List

We believe gear is not important for a digital nomad, remote worker or traveller. Your resourcefulness and mindset is primary. However, as gear is a frequent topic of enquiry we have put together this guide.

# Happy Ambition: Striving For Success, Avoiding Status Cocaine, And Prioritizing Happiness

If all of your self-esteem eggs are in one basket, you’ll become very obsessive about the state of that basket. As your identity is tied up in one job and one career, you compare yourself more easily to all the other professionals are also specializing in that single line of work.

# How To Get Past Customs Without Giving Up Your Digital Privacy

WIRED has assembled the following advice from legal and security experts to preserve your digital privacy while crossing American borders.

# Digital Nomads: How Do You Manage Taxes?

There is a brewing possibility that I might come across a remote position. I wanted to take this opportunity and travel a few places around the globe. I am planning to start for a few months in my home country and then make the move. But I am not sure how the taxes and other financials work if I am moving around different countries every 2-3 months (or whatever time is ideal).

# I Work From Home

911 OPERATOR: 911—what’s your emergency?
ROBERT: Hi, I … uh … I work from home.

# 10 Signs That Your Digital Nomad Guru Or Advisor Is A Crackpot

Free advice. Paid advice. There’s so much advice out there on the internet that you’d be hard pushed to make a sensible decision on who is full of “incredible action points” and who is full of crap. So let’s bottom this out shall we?

# Anthony Bourdain’s Moveable Feast

Guided by a lusty appetite for indigenous culture and cuisine, the swaggering chef has become a travelling statesman.

# Symphony of Light - Kauai Timelapse

From the towering green spires to the pristine beaches, the stunning island of Kauai offers an incredible range of unique landscapes to explore.




"So why study history? Unlike physics or economics, history is not a means for making accurate predictions. We study history not to know the future but to widen our horizons, to understand that our present situation is neither natural nor inevitable, and that we consequently have many more possibilities before us than we imagine."

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari

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