Country Nomad Blog — Internet

How To Help Rural Students With Little To No Internet


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

The internet is unarguably the most useful technology in the modern era. It is not only useful in our daily lives but also in our professional lives too. Therefore, it is an abomination to discuss any aspect of life without mentioning the internet in the modern society we live in. Thus, education cannot be discussed without the “internet.” The internet has a massive role in the type and quality of education given to students. This is why teachers worldwide use the internet to access up-to-date online materials to improve their teaching skills to help their students understand better. The internet...

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Rural Internet, Wide Open Spaces, and the Internet.


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

For the most part, living in a small town is a great idea. While rural living is not for everyone, it’s definitely high up on my list of places to live in. People who live and work in rural areas can testify to how amazing it is—As it is a more desirable alternative to the stress and strain of living in the big cities. Most people chose to stay in rural America for;  Fresh Air PeaceQuiet, and of course Wide-Open Spaces As with everything having both advantages and disadvantages, we move on to the limitations of living and working in...

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Nomadic Family Internet Needs


Posted by Emily Buratowski on

Article and photo by Christian Axness with ProjectTrek, a full-time RV family that stays connected with Nomad Internet as they travel! It's almost like clockwork... On any given day, in any of the RV travel forums I’m active in, there’s at least one question a day asking about internet connectivity while traveling full time. It’s a completely benign question, but there’s alway a response buried somewhere in the comment section that goes something like this: “You’re camping, put your phones down and enjoy the outdoors”. While I appreciate the sentiment, it's clear that this is written either by a Weekend...

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Get Internet for the Great Outdoors, It Will Change Your Life


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Camping and RVing share similarities in that they both are outdoor activities. But while camping is stationary, RVing is a mobile alternative. As you know, an RV is a recreational vehicle that contains a compact version of your home; kitchen, sleeping quarters, and bathroom. Campers and folks interested in camping or RVing have a lot of camping sites to choose from. Typically, you are allowed to camp for free in areas belonging to US National Forests and Grasslands unless, of course, they are otherwise marked. Some people may say the entire point of going camping is to get away from...

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Rural Internet Solutions: How to help remote workers with little to no Internet.


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

For remote workers, the internet is a source of income. They need the internet, from searching for gigs to attending work meetings, sending files, responding to emails, and communicating with their loved ones. Now, imagine you cannot do all these because you live in an area with no internet. This automatically means that your source of income is stripped away, and you miss the opportunity of sharing special moments with friends and family living far away. …Sadly, this is the reality of many remote workers who live in rural areas. Over the last decade, rural Americans have made massive efforts...

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