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TimestampWhat features would you like to see added to NomadList?What other features would you like to see added to NomadList?Would you be interested in buying a city-specific NomadGuide?Which city would you buy a NomadGuide for?What would you pay for a NomadGuide?What other features/services would you pay for?Would you be interested in buying a city-specific NomadKit?What would you pay for a NomadKit?What else would a NomadKit have to include for you to buy it?What other ways you think I should monetize NomadList through?Do you have any other suggestions, ideas or comments you'd like to add?Do you think this is the future of work?Would you be interested in airport pick up service and help with setting you up in a nomad location?How much would you pay for such a service?If you have a startup/company, would you be interested in renting a remote villa/location through us?I am...When I travel, I prioritizeI prefer to travelI amMy age isI am...I am from...
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8/4/2014 3:00:57Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. $25A remote worker (as a freelancer), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29Married
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8/4/2014 3:08:15Add more cities/countries, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A job board for remote workersSan Franisco, United States$5$25Looking to start working remotelyComfort / luxury, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29Married
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8/4/2014 3:12:25A mobile app for iOS/Android, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A job board for remote workers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Focus on the core stuff.Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam$10Keep up the great work! This one's a winner.Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a small groupMaleSingle
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8/4/2014 3:13:21A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connectYes$10NoYesNoYesA veteran traveler, A remote worker (my own startup), Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsComfort / luxury, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29Single
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8/4/2014 3:16:50Add more cities/countries, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad lifeLooking to start working remotelyMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:42:48A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListA digital nomad, A remote worker (my own startup)Minimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:43:16Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/AndroidA remote worker (my own startup)Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale34-39SingleAustralia
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8/4/2014 3:43:46Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A job board for remote workers, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList$10$50Yes!A veteran traveler, Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male30-34In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:43:52Add more cities/countriesN/AYESKuala Lumpur, Malaysia$5N/AN/A$25N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A5N/AA remote worker (as a freelancer), Looking to start working remotelyComfort / luxuryWith a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male30-34SingleBANGLADESH
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8/4/2014 3:43:57Add more cities/countries, A job board for remote workers, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListManila, Philippines$15A remote worker (for BigCo)Minimizing expensesWith my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:44:07Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A job board for remote workers, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyTokyo, Japan$10$25Looking to start working remotelyComfort / luxury, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:44:19Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connectHard to compete with Travel Wiki and Googling around, but I would buy if they were comprehensive enough. Taipei, Taiwan$5Sounds convenient.$25Probably not for everyone, but there are enough nomads.Not for my locations (Hong Kong, Taipei)Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleExperiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale30-34SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:44:56Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A map-display colored based on NomadScore, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. A remote worker (my own startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Western-style accomodations, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29SinglePoland
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8/4/2014 3:45:00Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. $10y$75500yes!!Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)With my partnerMale34-39In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:45:09Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connectMaybe$5Yep$25A remote worker (as a freelancer)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)With my partnerMale30-34MarriedWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:45:26Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers$5$25A veteran traveler, Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelMinimizing expenses, Western-style accomodationsWith my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:45:29Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. A remote worker (for BigCo), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a small groupMale30-34SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:45:34Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Yes, sounds like a great idea. Tokyo, Japan$5No.NoNoInterested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:45:36Add more cities/countries, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListI would like to see more detailed information (a more thorough break-down) about the cost-of-living. It would be interesting to read about the processes of renting an apartment in foreign cities.Possibly, depends on how useful the info is. 10 pages probably wouldn't be worth it to me.Chiang Mai, ThailandA veteran traveler, Looking to start working remotelyLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)AloneMale25-29SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:45:44Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia$25$50Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipFrance
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8/4/2014 3:45:52Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList, Book flights to nomad locations through NomadList, Nomad airport pick up service, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyChiang Mai, Thailand$25$75A remote worker (as a freelancer), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:46:04Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList, Book flights to nomad locations through NomadList$5Yes.A veteran traveler, A digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (my own startup), A remote worker (for a startup), Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:46:28A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Davao, Philippines$10Yeah$25Listings for apartments maybe?Would be good to have info on Visas and the legality of working in each country. Basically: how likely to get deported are you?Not for everyone. But I think it's great that we have the opportunity to do it. I hope the legality/tax issues become a bit clearer in the future.Not really necessary.Yes, this would be awesome. We've thought of doing this with our company, we just worry about the gamble of getting good internet — as that would make or break the time there.A veteran traveler, Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipNew Zealand
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8/4/2014 3:46:43Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyDefinitely.Taipei, Taiwan$5Sure.$25Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:46:59Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakersYesTokyo, Japan$10$75A digital nomad, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleExperiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:47:09A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Chiang Mai, Thailand$10$50Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleExperiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:47:56Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources)Chiang Mai, Thailand$10$50Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsComfort / luxury, Local experiencesAloneMale25-29SingleSouth America
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8/4/2014 3:48:20Add more cities/countries, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListMaybeBerlin, Germany$5A remote worker (as a freelancer), Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:48:21Add more cities/countries, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A job board for remote workersadd more cities, break down the costs (rent / food / etc... like what www.numbeo.com does), explain the methodology better (also, how nomad points are calculated?)no, I usually don't need a guidenone, sorry :)Maybe try not to focus too much on monetization right now?yesnopeA travel blogger, A digital nomad, A remote worker (my own startup)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:48:22Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers$5Service provider (and lodging) advertising by city - so NL can remain a central resource for those starting to think about the digital nomad life (with the breadth of lots of cities), but with the depth within each city. This depth probably also becomes useful content for coming up in web searches.Keep up the good work.Unfortunately, I think the divide will widen between those with resources and/or those proactively manage their lifestyle and those without resources and/or who do not or cannot manage their lifestyle. A remote worker (for BigCo), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelMinimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Western-style accomodations, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale34-39MarriedUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:48:30Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect$10$50A remote worker (as a freelancer), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:49:32Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), Nomad airport pick up serviceA remote worker (as a freelancer), Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24SingleSouth America
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8/4/2014 3:49:41Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListRio de Janeiro, Brazil$5YesA digital nomad, A remote worker (my own startup), Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:49:59Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers$50Sure, I doNot really$50, depending on the countryA remote worker (as a freelancer)Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Female25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:50:25Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListyesChiang Mai, Thailand$10yes$50yesno/yesLooking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleLocal experiences, Western-style accomodations, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:50:59A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Nope.Nope.For some, yeah.Nope.Yeah maybe.Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expensesWith a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24SingleNorway
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8/4/2014 3:51:02Overview of co-working spaces.

Also how many people (%) speak English in a certain city.
Sao Paulo, Brazil$15A remote worker (my own startup)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:51:08Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A map-display colored based on NomadScore$5Possibly, depending on how cheap it was vs how easy it would be for me to put together myself.$25Tie in with any or all of:
* http://www.hotelwifitest.com/
* http://www.pintprice.com/
* http://www.economist.com/content/big-mac-index

Add in logistical information such as Visa requirements, length of stay restriction, etc. Some of this information may already exist in the Google doc, but it's not represented in the list interface.
For some specific jobs, yes. There will always be some jobs that don't allow for remote work.Probably not. I feel capable of setting up things like this for myself in most cases.A digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (for a startup)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:51:30Add more cities/countries, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyA remote worker (my own startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:52:16Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelycity startup or special tours for nomadsyesBudapest, Hungary$5internethell heah$25you are awesome!I am sureyes50$yesA remote worker (my own startup)Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerFemale25-29In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:53:03Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Taipei, Taiwan$10$25Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Western-style accomodations, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a small groupMale20-24In a relationshipSerbia
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8/4/2014 3:53:18Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyWindows Phone applicationYeah for sure.San Franisco, United States$5A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (my own startup), A remote worker (for a startup), Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With my partnerMale30-34MarriedBrazil
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8/4/2014 3:53:43Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life100% yes. Chiang Mai, Thailand$25A bigger list or places. nah keep it simple with the guides to locations and keep some of the fun of doing things yourself. but possibly i guess if this wasn't a big feature, might be useful as a starting point in a new place.$50first night accommodation and or first day transport? Find a way to have "users" track location and working habits, increase your data. Data is the key to big money these days. But going the honest route just have a "premium" services, i pay for streaming music, server rental, gym rental, web hosting... i'll happily pay X amount to be part of a active experienced nomad community which offers invaluable regularly updated guides and advice.try to somehow make it community run. by nomads for nomads type thing. Don't make it too mainstream i can only feel nomads don't like this! No i think most people cannot hack this lifestyle. I think many young tech stars will try this but it is not for everyone. We are lucky that all we need is a laptop and sublime. yes, but would need to be comparable to normal prices, we can all look up how to but our own transport. Perhaps make it more fun or allow people to meet through this to make it more than just another pick up service.$30yes this sounds great but again needs to be comparable to local prices and not just away to milk money out of us ending up just like living in london. Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 3:55:11Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListI'd love to filter by country since the US is enormous and each tech city should be included (and then a community page to tell me the best neighborhoods). I'd also love more info on coworking spaces and which are best in each city (maybe you could partner with something like techendo.com to crowdsource reviews of all things tech in each city).

Also, connect Airbnb listings to each location so I can book accommodation and also coworking spaces.

I probably wouldn't pay for a PDF but I would likely buy an app that included all of them if I knew I could filter and book coworking spaces through it. An iOS app.No, I'd rather do this on my own. Maybe help along with the SIM card only. But I'd rather book my own coworking space so it doesn't feel like a scam.I like the idea of immediate internet setup. I'd likely pay for that service. If I were in the US, maybe just a step by step guide to setting up my wireless card. YESMeh, not reallyYES. I'm a freelancer but I'd love to do this alone or with client companies. A remote worker (as a freelancer), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Western-style accomodations, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneFemale25-29SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:55:20A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connectYesBerlin, Germany$10Yes, absolutelyAbsolutelyA remote worker (as a freelancer), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:55:25Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListyes i would, in fact if they wouldn't cost more than $5-$10 i would probably just get them automatically evey time i travel.
if they were with some sort of money back guarantee i'd pay up to $40.
Hanoi, Vietnam$10real person consulting. YES!!!$25power adapters if necessary, visa information, bus passes, information re how to get out of the airport cheaply. cant think of anything else now.i dont knowfor me everything is solvable with money, except the trouble meeting other people, especially other nomads. so for me this is the killer feature.no, just mineyes, could also be a great chance to meet people10yes!!!!A digital nomadMinimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male30-34SingleMiddle East
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8/4/2014 3:55:36Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a cityChiang Mai, Thailand$25$50Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelComfort / luxury, Local experiences, Western-style accomodationsWith a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male13-19SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:55:45A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources)$25Paid access to local guide who can help show me around.Rent a "startup villa" in multiple cities. Promote through the site and get nomads to pay to stay for X period of time. I love this idea and I've seen it done elsewhere, but these always seem to be one-offs. Having a 365 day a year house that I know is available would be attractive to me.Yes, absolutely.A remote worker (my own startup)Minimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Western-style accomodations, Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)AloneMale25-29In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:56:10A mobile app for iOS/AndroidLinks to flights with referrals, flight ads, etcLooking to start working remotelyMinimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:56:55Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. A digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale30-34SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:56:56Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Quite possibly. Depends on if I think the cost would be worth it, based on the perceived quality of it. $5Interesting. $25I am beginning to.Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 3:57:14Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListLondon, United Kingdom$15$50A remote worker (as a freelancer)Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a small groupMale40-50MarriedEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:57:18A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList, Book flights to nomad locations through NomadListlocal guides and maybe a list of locals interested in showing the city yup, sounds greatHong Kong, China$25no idea, I like paying for stuff thoHell yeah! That one is brilliant.$100that seems enoughI don't know the futuredepending on a price, would have to be low~$100nopeA veteran traveler, A digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (for a startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 3:59:14Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad lifeLooking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale30-34SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:00:16Add more cities/countries, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList, Book flights to nomad locations through NomadListLooking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale20-24In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:02:04Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMale25-29In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:03:18Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. NoYes$50YesNoYesA remote worker (for a startup)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale34-39In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:03:29Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Tokyo, Japan$10Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleComfort / luxury, Western-style accomodations, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:04:45A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, Nomad airport pick up serviceyou fuckin betChiang Mai, Thailand$25yupA digital nomadMinimizing expensesWith my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:05:15Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workersNot now, maybe in the future if I get more serious about living/traveling abroad. I don't know how interested I'd be in buying a "city-specific guide though" because I don't have narrow enough interests (yet).

But if I was really serious about living/traveling somewhere and the guide for the city was good, I'd probably spend a decent chunk of money on it.
Chiang Mai, Thailand$100More broad-ranging information about all cities. Maybe online subscription.If NomadList becomes a comprehensive and reliable place for information, I think people will be willing to pay for that information.

http://platformed.info/micro-universe-niche-seeding/ - Probably a good idea to focus on getting really good information for a few cities and targeting the people interested in those cities.
No, I think most people have a preference for what they're used to and like to stay close to family. Maybe as transportation gets cheaper and easier.Yes.$50?Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Western-style accomodations, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:05:26A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workersYes I would beLisbon, Portugal$5Yep$25Hi Pieter I follow your blog, cool stuff bro. The thing is I want to be a nomad and travel, but I do not know any devs to come with me and I do not want to go alone, so if you make a looking for travel buddy section on the site it would be great.Looking to start working remotelyWestern-style accomodationsWith my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipRomania
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8/4/2014 4:05:51A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A job board for remote workers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListaverage climate/temperatures throughout the year, as opposed to on that particular day. How severe are the winters/summers? Humidity? Lots of rain? etc. Connect ex-pats in the city (community/forum?) or provide a link to a service that does that.

Overall have a "top 5" or "top 10" list based on some basic criteria that one might have such as low cost, good climate, easy to connect to internet, good food, low crime. This can help narrow things down. You might also get some press coverage this way, magazines might pick up on it, TV, etc. (?)
i used to travel a lot, these days i just wish i did :)Minimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male40-50Married1/2 UK and 1/2 USA
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8/4/2014 4:06:02NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a cityBudapest, Hungary$5A remote worker (for a startup), Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:07:09Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Yes I would like to.Tokyo, Japan$25Yes totally.Not really. I prefer to feel the adventure.A veteran traveler, A remote worker (for a startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:07:12A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyProbably, if it isn't very expensive.Budapest, Hungary$15probably not so muchA veteran traveler, A remote worker (my own startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male30-34In a relationshipUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:08:42Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A job board for remote workers$5Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29In a relationshipCanada
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8/4/2014 4:09:38Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. General experiences, blog postsI'd rather prefer to see it online via (blog) postsHong Kong, China$5Yes, getting these things shipped and delivered (before leaving) could be handy$25You probably shouldn't. At least not via guides etc.
This is stuff that should be available for everyone.

Perhaps via those special services or packages? Or via a "Nomad" membership: giving you access to a bunch of co-working spaces, and other useful things. Or perhaps via some kind of prepaid card that gives you access to a lot of different things? Say a card that allows you to pay for your hotel, co-working space, etc.

Does that make sense ?
Have a look at the CitizenM hotel chain. They are still quite small but this is kind of what they are in to. Perhaps you can partner up? HopefullyNo, that removes the experience (and the whole getting out of your comfort zone)0Probably (once we have the funds). Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:09:55A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:11:20NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workersi think you are doing quite well!yeah, why not!Lisbon, Portugal$5sim cards + informations about how to get best internet and rates (but not much than i would rather do the work on my own)yep - defenitly$25not for everyonehmmm... no, i don't think so, but than who knowsA digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (my own startup)Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneFemale40-50In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:12:25Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Yes.Ubud, Bali, Indonesia$25Boeing able to talk to an experienced digital nomad in a city of choice. Preferably from the same nationality for tax advice and such.No.NomadGuides for the win.For a limited range of people, yes. For the majority though, no.No. Just a guide telling you how to.YesA veteran traveler, A remote worker (my own startup), Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:13:34Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Taipei, Taiwan$10A remote worker (for BigCo), Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleComfort / luxury, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:13:54Add more cities/countries, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad lifeSure, but it'd have to be a specific city I'm planning a trip to.$5Yes, likewise if it's a city I'm planning a longer trip to.$50Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelMinimizing expenses, Local experiencesWith my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:13:58NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources)1. Some indication as to the number of persons who have provided data for a particular city. It is very easy to get misleading information when the sample size is too small. Specifically, data on costs for some of the lowest cost cities appears slightly inconsistent with established expat guides. Does the data on city cost, for example, include only living in dorm style hostels, some of which have had issues of hygiene and cleanliness? Not everyone who wants to live this lifestyle is a single person with no family or partners.
2. Identification of cities/countries where you can legally establish businesses without fear of being raided for tax evasion, etc.... if those exist.
3. Identification of tax issues by country for those who prefer not to move from country to country every few weeks or months.... those with families traveling with them, for example.
As long as it wasn't a simplistic version of what you can glean from existing travel guides or the internet.Chiang Mai, Thailand$5Not at this time.Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male40-50SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:14:55NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connectno$5A membership/card that allows me to enter into any existing coworking space around the world and pay it per use.
I expect the standard coworking prices, but I wan't to avoid all the burocracy: the membership should be linked to my credit card / get an invoice for my company / has my personal data, TOS, insurance, whatever... just let me enter straight from the door of any cowo, with 0 paperwork!
$25create a brand that allows to distinguish location / hotel / airbnb that have certain level of wifi / facilities good for remote working. Like Michelin Stars / tripadvisor.
Airbnb is moving into the business sector, so I imagine clicking on a filter on their website that says something like: "good for Nomads"
don't stop.YesnoyesA veteran traveler, A remote worker (my own startup), Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsComfort / luxury, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male34-39In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:16:08Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelySao Paulo, Brazil$25$75A remote worker (as a freelancer), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)AloneMale25-29SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:16:16A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A mobile app for iOS/Android, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyTokyo, Japan$5$50A veteran traveler, A digital nomad, A remote worker (for a startup), Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsComfort / luxury, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:17:03A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList$50$100Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:17:17Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect$5Maybe$75Ads for reviewed quality servicesPartially, yes work is becoming more decoupled from specific locations.no0Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsExperiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)AloneMale34-39SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:17:30Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Maybe Chiang Mai, Thailand$10Maybe$50YesMaybe Not sureA veteran traveler, A digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (my own startup)Minimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneFemale50-60SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:19:00Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyA remote worker (my own startup)Comfort / luxuryWith a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male40-50In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:19:16Add more cities/countries$5A remote worker (as a freelancer)Minimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Western-style accomodations, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale20-24SingleRussia
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8/4/2014 4:19:27A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A mobile app for iOS/Android, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workersLive data of NOMAD individualsYesTokyo, Japan$5Na$25naNANoNoA digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (my own startup), A remote worker (for a startup), Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelMinimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Western-style accomodations, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29SingleSE Asia
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8/4/2014 4:19:31A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities$5$50Yes.Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale13-19SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:20:20Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Nomad airport pick up serviceA remote worker (for BigCo), Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleLocal experiencesWith a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male25-29SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:20:50Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Book flights to nomad locations through NomadListI think there's scope for collaborating with the flight booking aspect.sure, though I've no idea if I have a fixed plan at the moment. Just like the idea of HCMC or somewhere else similary priced. Maybe Hanoi.Hanoi, Vietnam$5I guess you could offer to set people up for a month in a co-working space and take a cut through that?sure - guess you could extend for x amount of days,
Should probably vary per local cost?
$25Great idea. I wish I had done a survey this detailed for my own idea.Not for everyone. But if I could hook up with another ruby dev and front end dev, in another city, then there's no reason to be where I am.Often there's already these services in place. Perhaps you'd be better taking a cut from them.yesA remote worker (my own startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Run a travel startup: 196destinations.comMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male34-39SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:21:15A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workersYeah this sounds like a good ideaChiang Mai, Thailand$10Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:22:02A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect$10$25noA digital nomad, A remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (my own startup)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:22:53Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList, Book flights to nomad locations through NomadList, Nomad airport pick up service, Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyChiang Mai, Thailand$5$25A digital nomad, A remote worker (my own startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a small groupMale30-34In a relationshipEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:23:20Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Budapest, Hungary$5No$25No, but for certain people, yes.Sure, why not!Depends on the cityIf I had, I would!A veteran travelerMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerFemale25-29Married
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8/4/2014 4:24:39Add more cities/countriesTake into account timezones. For example, f I normally work 9-5 PST I would like to see what cities are favorable for those hoursYes$50Hard to say, it seems to be going that way.Yes25-50YesInterested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travelMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:25:42Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific citiesMore detail on the scoring system and more accuracy in the internet speeds. Amsterdam is listed as 50mbps, but anyone who wants to have it, can easily get 100mbps plus.Not really, I enjoy figuring out stuff myself.$5Meetups and opportunities to get more clients.Yes.$25Don't know.Connecting people.Numbeo is silly, they ask prices for stuff that nobody knows and I really didn't feel like going out to collect all those prices.I've been doing it for years, so yes.No, that would kill the fun.0Me no, but I know companies that definitely would, provided you can fullfill all their needs for market prices.A veteran traveler, A remote worker (as a freelancer)Minimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities)With my partnerMale30-34In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:26:41Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A map-display colored based on NomadScore, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connectConfidence score on data accuracy perhapsSure, but it'd need to be <$5 or soHo Chi Minh City, Vietnam$5Noticeboard for rooms available in shared housing with like minded folknot really - can piece together other parts independently. $25hang out session with local person to show you around, introduce you to food, explain transport etcsuperb job. obvious idea waiting to happen.growing of course, but to a limitlocal person to set you up would be good, sure50you betA digital nomadMinimizing expenses, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a small groupMale30-34SingleWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:27:04Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A job board for remote workers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Nomad airport pick up + set up service to get you working remotelyShanghai, China$25$50A remote worker (my own startup)Minimizing expenses, Comfort / luxury, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneMale34-39SingleEastern/Central Europe
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8/4/2014 4:28:14Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. , Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadList, Book flights to nomad locations through NomadListA remote worker (as a freelancer), A remote worker (my own startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale34-39In a relationshipSouth America
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8/4/2014 4:30:41Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, More reliable data (less crowdsourced, more real data sources), A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A podcast on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakers, A filter range option to select your preferred range of cost of living, temperature etc. Berlin, Germany$5$25Yes. For many reasonsA remote worker (for a startup), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Looking to add variety to more traditional travel, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With a travel partner (friend, colleague)Male20-24SingleMiddle East
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8/4/2014 4:31:07Add more cities/countries, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connectKuala Lumpur, Malaysia$5A remote worker (as a freelancer), Looking to start working remotely, Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyle, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerMale25-29In a relationshipWestern Europe
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8/4/2014 4:34:07Add more cities/countries, A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, Book the best nomad hostels/hotels through NomadListMore specific details (or links) for setting up/living in a particular city/country -- kinda like the Lonely Planet guide for nomads.Potentially, but you better have darn good info in there that I can't find elsewhere online.Taipei, Taiwan$15Job/contracting work, apartment hunting, etc.Ohhhh, yes, especially to the 3g/4g card.$75Health Insurance!!!!!!Not sure, but I love the idea!Best of luck with it!Yes, for me, it's the future of my retirement.No, I've traveled extensively and think I'd be fine doing it myself.n/aNoA veteran traveler, Looking to start working remotely, Planning major international travel in the next 6 monthsMinimizing expenses, Local experiences, Western-style accomodations, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Variety (visiting many locations on a single trip), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)AloneFemale50-60SingleUnited States
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8/4/2014 4:34:08A live map of digital nomads to meetup with in specific cities, NomadGuides instructing you how to set up in a city, A mobile app for iOS/Android, Individual city pages with discussion/comments functionality, A blog with articles on remote working, digital nomads and nomad life, A job board for remote workers, City-specific forum/community/discussion/board for people to connect, An event for digital nomad / remote workers featuring successful speakersBangkok, Thailand$5YES!$25absolutely! For me at least..Mmmmh... not sure. But i'd like to know more about it.A remote worker (as a freelancer), Interested in trying the digital nomad lifestyleLocal experiences, Experiencing local culture (food, activities), Being able to work (office space, internet speed)With my partnerFemale34-39In a relationshipFrance
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