Ryan Jones works for a big corporation located in Switzerland. He uses to blog about marketing, society and culture. He recently visited a coworking space in Stuttgart, Germany. This visit inspired him the following post :
In today’s working world, you just might wake up one day and find yourself in a digitally nomadic sub-culture, mingling with entrepreneurs who work out of high tech back packs instead of high rise offices.
The term digital nomad has been around for quite a while. Forward thinking authors have prophesied about the totally mobile worker for at least 20+ years. With mobile technology rapidly advancing & companies becoming more open & flexible, we’re just now starting to see “digital nomadism” leak out into the mainstream.
Inspiration, Tribes & Space on Demand
Crazy companies like Hubculture, Worksnug or The Hub are springing up to support the rising digitally nomadic sub-culture. Coworking spaces are starting to take off in support of digital nomads who need conference rooms and instant community from time to time. Coworking spaces embody much of the new digital nomad ethos (collaboration, self-organization, open source sharing, etc.)
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