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Nomadic Living

Location-Independence: Musings From a Modern-Day Laptop Hero

Clayton B. Cornell | Posted 03.09.2014 | Travel
Clayton B. Cornell

More and more tech-savvy travelers are opting for a mobile lifestyle that involves a few hours of hacking every day to pay the bills. Welcome to the rise of the internet-dirtbag, the one-(wo)man micro-multinational corporation, and the modern-day laptop hero.

What Life Looks Like To A Traveller's Child

Posted 11.02.2013 | Arts

Lately we've been exploring what it looks like to live life on the open road, chronicling contemporary gypsies and their nomadic lifestyles. But what...

The Modern Nomad

Marten Weber | Posted 04.29.2013 | Gay Voices
Marten Weber

Last week I met one of the most interesting Internet personalities ever: The Modern Nomad. He takes the art of alternative living to a new level. He has no home. What he owns fits in his backpack. Every few months he packs up and explores a new part of the world.

Support One of the World's Last Nomadic Cultures

Nina Wegner | Posted 02.16.2013 | Impact
Nina Wegner

Mongolia is still a land where wind whips through horses' manes as they race across a terrain of rolling green pastures. Herders roam the steppe, in tune with the seasons. But a lot of that is about to change.

Denmark's Rules Go Too Far

Adam Pervez | Posted 01.29.2013 | Travel
Adam Pervez

Living in Denmark was like living in an alternate reality. If you are single and turn 25, you will be covered from head to toe in cinnamon by your friends during the celebration.

Last of the Nomads: How Mongolian Culture May Change Drastically Within a Generation

Nina Wegner | Posted 06.05.2012 | World
Nina Wegner

Two years later, while many in Mongolia continue to recover from the 2010 dzud, the trend of urbanization still continues, and at a rapid rate. Many herders now agree that pasture quality and the harshness of recent winters are so bad that herding has become untenable.

Discovering Mongolia

Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson | Posted 03.10.2012 | Travel
Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson

As I exited the train in Ulaanbaatar, I was surprised by the bustle of activity that greeted us: western-dressed shoppers moving quickly about the city streets and roads flush with late model cars.