I've been working with Andy Abramson for a few years now with the Nokia Nseries Blogger Relations program and enjoy reading his VoIP Watch blog. Since last October Andy has been working primarily on the go as he has some renovations made to his home and since the tagline of this blog is Work Where You Want To Be, then I think the readers here may enjoy a couple of Andy's latest blog posts where he talks about the tools of the road warrior where you may discover some new tools to add to your mobile kit.
In Andy's first The Tools of The Global Nomad post he talks about ways he stays connected, works with video, manages his phone bills, and conducts business on the go. He is similar to me in that he uses multiple mobile phones, like the Nokia E71, E90, and N95, along with the BlackBerry and an iPhone.
The second post about his tools discusses something I have heard a lot of people traveling doing lately and that is shipping items ahead instead of carrying it as baggage. Andy also talks about his favorite bags, including the wonderful Waterfield Designs bags I enjoy, getting voicemail as text messages, staying in touch with instant messaging, holding conference calls, finding places to stay, finding places to eat, and good ways to get around.
Andy has some very valuable information in these two posts and as someone who has been on the road quite a bit over the last year he speaks from personal experiences. Do you have more advice for the road warrior? Join in the conversation on Andy's blog and share your tips and tricks as well.