New Marketing Labs (that’s my company) and Citrix Online (our clients) have launched a new blog to address the web commuter space. workshifting is a blog for those of you who work out of coffee shops, hotels, and airports every bit as much as you do the office (sound like you? It’s me, for sure!), and as such, there are tips about gear, travel, web commuting best practices, ideas for convincing the boss that it’s good for you, and more.
The site also features a very special report called Worldwide Workplace: The Web Commuting Imperative. Download it in the sidebar at workshifting. This was put together in part by the Worldwide Workplace Council, a group of top thinkers on the whole mindset around web commuting and the shifts these types of opportunities have made in the working world.
I’m proud of this work in a few ways. I’ve been an unabashed fan of WebWorkerDaily since it’s launch on the GigaOm network, and you know I love Dell’s Digital Nomads site, too. For me, this is a way to start a ball rolling in this space, to contribute, and to build a little on the conversation, especially in helping other workshifters connect with each other.
Please, if this interests you, swing by and check out workshifting. I’m really proud of what we’ve started and I think that workshifting will add some value to your work life experience.
Your feedback is welcomed. : )