Re: Nomadic Lifestyles: Portents of the future

From: Brian D Williams (
Date: Mon Feb 14 2000 - 08:05:37 MST


>As I've mentioned before...I'm the ultimate street person. I see
>about ten thousand miles a month of street. I'm what you'd call

>Or to be more precise I drive a truck. A big rig. Heavy Metal.

>I mention this to illustrate a point. I manage to survive. As a
>matter of fact I like what I do. In fact...when I retire in
>twenty or forty years I'm gonna buy a motor home and see america.

>There are a lot of motor homes on the highways. I wonder how many
>nomads there are? Wanderers like me who have no permanent
>address. Who pay no real estate taxes (not that I don't pay
> I ever).

>When I started this lifestyle it was unthinkable to log on to the
>internet from a's almost common now.

>That being the case how difficult would it be to pursue an
>"info-career" from a mobile platform?

>Just a speculating...

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