I stumbled on a conversation, last night, in a forum for nomad workers.
In case you missed it, cybernomadism or nomad working are the names usually given to those that have a location independent job or cybercommute while traveling around.
I was a small-scale nomad worker in the first decade of the 21st century, when I moved between universities to peddle my post-grad and post-doc courses, while working via the web with various clients and colleagues.
Anyway, last night’s discussion was on the following: what skills can you trade on the road?
In other words, what knowledge would you be able to barter for food, lodging, services or what else. Continue reading