Digital Nomad

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Wiley, 29 de dez. de 1997 - 256 páginas
Digital Nomad tells us how current and future technological possibilities, combined with our natural urge to travel, will once again allow mankind to live, work, and exist on the move. This is what just some of the world s major company leaders and thinkers are saying about Digital Nomad.

"The book provides us with a deep insight into the lifestyle in the future" Kazuo Kashio, President, Casio Computer

"The book is fun to read and the technical content is sound and perceptive" John G. Linvill, Professor of Electronic Engineering at Stanford University, California

"This book answers the question What is the value of information for human beings? " Hiroo Toyoda, Chairman (former President), NTT Electronics

"From a new perspective, based on fact, two famous authors describe a dramatic lifestyle change: global nomadism" Jurgen Knorr, President, Siemens Semiconductors, 1983 96 ("for 13 years one of those Digital Nomads")

"Success in 21st century business will indeed depend on the ability to master the nomadic environment. A guide to this emerging world is therefore highly welcome" Pasquale Pistorio, President and CEO, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics

"At heart we are travellers and explorers, unnaturally constrained to our place of work. This book s unique insight into modern technology shows how we can be freed to roam again" Doug Dunn OBE, Chairman and CEO, Phillips Sound and Vision

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Back to the roots - Originally we were Explorers and de facto forced to Travel to survive ! Then the time came where we were unfortunately stuck on the same place ! This books tells us how Digital ... Ler resenha completa

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David Manners teaches Tantric Yoga at Glyndebourne Opera and has an international reputation as a physical therapist and teacher. He is the co-founder of Sarva, a charity that provides medical care, education and human contact for socially excluded individuals and communities on the Indian subcontinent.

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