When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office - The New York Times


43 bookmarks. First posted by dnwoodbury february 2018.


O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
8 weeks ago by paryshnikov

Roam has evolved into a miniature global corporation, with a dozen staff members, most of them digital nomads themselves, living among its locations, communicating through the chat platform Slack, checking in over weekly conference calls and scanning any print mail that comes in for online dispersal. Roam has no offices and no headquarters except its locations. For its clients and employees alike, the start-up provides a comprehensive structure for a post-place life.
work  digital  office  world  travel  talent  story  from instapaper
12 weeks ago by aries1988
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
Instapaper 
february 2018 by Devje
On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket 
february 2018 by obas818
On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn.
getpocket 
february 2018 by linkt
Giving a try at the Bali location very soon
from twitter_favs
february 2018 by hoodwink73
On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket 
february 2018 by arronpj
About Roam who offer lodgings for digital nomads, and also about the people. Not altogether flattering.
travel  remote  business  from instapaper
february 2018 by mr_stru
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by larsmensel
Neocolonialism, but make it a lifestyle brand
from twitter_favs
february 2018 by mathpunk
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
february 2018 by jkleske
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by fritter
Living anywhere is a lot like living nowhere. When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office
from twitter
february 2018 by shakeel
I was about to make fun of this and then realized I’ve literally stayed in the place in this photo. So.
from twitter_favs
february 2018 by ichthyos
On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn.
Archive 
february 2018 by dvand5
On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn. via Pocket
pocket  favorites 
february 2018 by bschlagel
Feature: When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office
from instapaper
february 2018 by peterjblack
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by mjbrej
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by AramZS
RT atmostbeautiful : 글로벌 노마드 시대. 자유 영혼에게 세계는 넓고 머물 곳은 많다. 인터넷 기반 이동 노동/거주자 위한 life-work 체인 Roam 체험기. 세계 도시 옮겨 다니며 쓸 수 있게 한 회원제 서비스. 직원들도 곳곳에서 슬랙으로 소통. 글로벌 노마디즘의 양면.. 반전이 매력적인 글. http://bit.ly/2BKPCYt February 08, 2018 at 10:05PM http://twitter.com/atmostbeautiful/status/961586836421292033
IFTTT  Twitter  ththlink 
february 2018 by seoulrain
On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket 
february 2018 by archizoo
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by kohlmannj
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by adrianhon
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by paulozoom
When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office

http://ift.tt/2EQpgTs
Instapaper  from instapaper
february 2018 by poploser
O n the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged…
from instapaper
february 2018 by mathewi
On the far eastern edge of Miami’s Little Havana, beyond a tall black gate, sit four century-old wooden buildings made of strong Dade County pine, arranged around a courtyard with a pool. Letters on the frontmost building’s pale yellow facade identify it as the Miami River Inn. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  instapaper 
february 2018 by drewcaldwell
When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office
from twitter_favs
february 2018 by dnwoodbury