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Digital Redundancy for Digital Nomads

I’d planned on publishing photos and a little story today about our second week in Cuba. Sadly one of a digital nomads worst fears struck me yesterday. No, not digestive malaise. Although I am just getting over a minor bout of that, this is far far worse. Laptop death sucks when you’re 100% dependent on […]

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The 3G/4G International SIM Card Collection of a Digital Nomad

The first thing I do in any given country is buy a prepaid data SIM card for my phone. If I can I do it before I even walk out of the airport, all the better. When I arrive late at night and walk out of the airport when everything is closed, it’s still the first thing on my agenda in the morning is to find a phone shop. It’s a critical and convenient piece of my safety net as a digital nomad.

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Google Chrome HiDPI (Retina) on Mac OS X

My primary browser is Google Chrome, has been for a longtime. I remember years ago FireFox going to crap and begrudgingly moving to Chrome, but since then I’ve been a big fan of Chrome. It’s got good extensions which makes it my “daily use” browser, and it has good web developer tools which makes it […]

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8 Years of WordPress

I noticed a cool little note in my WordPress.com notifcation feed today (techincally it’s actually from 3 weeks ago). It’s pretty amazing to think it’s been 8 years since I started working with WordPress.  Back then it was just a .com account to create this very travel blog, then titled “World Wide Wanderment”. Get it…  like […]

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Finding Work/Life Balance as a Remote Worker

Remote Work “Gear List” and video from my WordCamp Orange County talk on Finding Work/Life Balance as a Remote Worker. A bunch of people asked about the remote work gear I shared at the end of the talk and asked for links. So here is the Remote Work Gear List (yes these are Amazon affiliate links… […]