The Economist on digital nomads

The last issue of The Economist ha a special report on mobile technologies and nomadism. The report features relevant articles but there was one that I don't really agree with. For example, the one called "location, location, location" definitely overestimate the short term and is in contradiction with currenf facts (see the previous blogpost):

"Most obviously, this means that “the idea of being lost will be unheard of”, he says. More interestingly, it allows people to become “more immersed in the real world around them”."

The most interesting part is certainly a short video on their website where they asked Jan Chipchase to self-document his nomadic life in Tokyo and Seattle, taking pictures and leaving phone messages.

More notes about this report later.