Tag: travel

17 Feb 2019

#DigitalNomads Trailers and Camper Vans You Can Rent

Excerpt via Dwell Few things capture the spirit of intrepid road-tripping and outdoor adventuring better than trailers and campervans. However, don’t worry if you’re not quite ready to buy your own mobile mini home just yet. Thanks to the following 10 rental companies, you can enjoy the freedom and convenience of mobile living, without making […]

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08 Feb 2019

Walmart’s first digitally native brand, Allswell sells its products only online (and in its tiny-home store).

Excerpt via Business Insider Tiny homes have caught on for several reasons. They can conserve energy, save on mortgage costs, and encourage a more mobile lifestyle. Most recently, they’ve become a popular branding technique for major companies. In November, Dunkin’ Donuts unveiled a tiny home that ran almost entirely on coffee. The home was briefly […]

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27 Jun 2018

These #DigitalNomads Live, Work, and Travel in a Sprinter Van

Excerpt via Dwell Dwell chatted with Lexi and Cody—the “van-trepreneurs” behind Dynamo Ultima—about what it’s like to live and run a creative studio out of their van. The dynamic duo spend time in some of the most beautiful places, all while working hard to successfully run a business. After recently selling their first van, a […]

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20 Jun 2018

#TheVanual: How-To Turn A Cargo Van Into A Nomadic Studio

Filmmaker Zach Both has been traveling across the united states in a self-built mobile studio. ‘Filmmaking by nature is a nomadic pursuit,’ both describes. ‘it’s a constant migration to and from different locations based on what the storytelling requires. with this van, I now have complete freedom to write a script surrounded by mountains, direct […]

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01 Mar 2017

The Digital Nomad’s Guide To Working From Anywhere On Earth

via FastCompany Twenty years ago, a Hitachi executive named Tsugio Makimoto predicted a revolution. Makimoto’s vision appeared in his 1997 book Digital Nomad, written with coauthor David Manners. The book was virtually ignored by the public. Ten years later, the digital nomad idea resurfaced in Tim Ferriss’s 2007 best-selling book The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, […]

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09 Dec 2016

Flair for the obscure is luxury’s new currency | Glossy

GLOSSY.com DEC 8, 2016 by ANA ANDJELIC Wander down the Takamiyacho neighborhood of Kyoto and turn left to a side street, and you will come across an unmarked boutique nested among the traditional Machiya townhouses. Venture in, and you will be surrounded by one-of-a-kind items ranging from dresses and denim to jewelry and housewares. Among […]

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21 Sep 2016

Elon Musk Considering Going “Well Beyond” Mars

For most of its 14 year existence, SpaceX has focused on designing and developing the hardware that will lead to its ultimate goal: colonizing Mars. These plans have remained largely secret from the general public, as company founder Elon Musk has dropped only the barest of hints. However, during a session at the International Astronautical Congress, […]

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26 Aug 2016

Consumers Most Drawn to Travel and Music VR Experiences

With virtual reality (VR) set to become a $1bn (£710m) industry by the end of 2016, savvy marketers are seeking to tap into the platform’s storytelling powerto set the agenda for VR excellence. Virtual reality is engaging a wide spectrum of people, according to new data by research group IpsosMori, which surveyed 1, 117 UK […]

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25 Jul 2016

#MadeInSpace: Scientists Put 3D Printer Into Orbit

On April 13, 1970, an oxygen tank on a spacecraft carrying three Apollo 13 astronauts to the moon exploded. They were 200, 000 miles from home, stuck in a crippled spacecraft, and to make matters worse, they were running out of air. Using only materials the team had on board their spacecraft, they fashioned a […]

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21 Jul 2016

Kumamon x The New Science Of Cute

Kumamon, a cartoon bear created to promote tourism in an overlooked part of Japan, has become a billion-dollar phenomenon. Now, a new academic field is trying to pinpoint what makes things cute – and why we can’t resist them.

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04 May 2016

The Best Instagrams From Chanel’s Havana Show

Karl Lagerfeld took Chanel’s Cruise 2017 collection where no other runway has gone before: Cuba. The historic fashion event marks the first of its kind since Cuba’s travel sanctions have just been lifted one year ago. From backstage to the runway and star-studded front row, see below for the best snapshots from inside #ChanelCruiseCuba. Read […]

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