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The Mobile Internet Handbook: 2015 US RVers Edition Paperback – February 19, 2015
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They've done a great job of distilling a plethora of technologies down to what you need to know as a non-techie mobile consumer. This a tall order since there are so many variations on the mobile lifestyle - each with its own set of connectivity requirements. It ranges from an occasional weekender that wants to check up on email while boondocking to a full timer whose home is where they are at this particular moment and for whom mobility is a valued and emancipating form of freedom. If you're in the either category having reliable internet connectivity may be a necessary prerequisite for being able to be "out there" in your RV - especially if you rely on having gainful employment to support your mobile lifestyle.
Regardless of your particular situation isn't the whole objective to get the most out of it, staying as connected as you need to be while minimizing the costs of doing so? I think this book goes a long way to help you achieve the last two parts of this goal. You'll find countless tips and suggestions that will save you money and time - some coming from hard won experiences. That alone makes it worth the read.
Full disclosure: I don't know these folks personally or have any business interests I'm promoting. I DO enjoy reading their Technomadia blog that they've graciously put in the public domain. I architect and develop enterprise telecom systems for a living and have been doing so since the mid 80's. I'm familiar with the underlying IP, WiFi, VoIP, cellular radio, streaming, secure telecommuting and other technologies they work with and present in this handbook. I'll be retiring soon and look forward to finding my own sweet spot in the mobile lifestyle with connectivity.
Overall a very good book that covers most if not all of the topics of Mobile connectivity in general and Internet especially and being connected while traveling or full time living in an RV.
If the subject is one you may have questions about I'd recommend it. I've seen many of their videos on YouTube and enjoy their already gained knowledge so I don't have to stumble through it all myself learning it!
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