CYBERSPACE — Two full-time RVers, Chris Dunphy and Cherie Ve Ard, who call themselves technomads, have developed a new website resource to help RV owners get connected to the Internet wherever they may be.
The website can be found at www.rvmobileinternet.com.
“Mobile internet is essential to us,” said Dunphy. “We’ve been traveling full time since 2006, mostly via RV, running our software and0 app development business remotely the entire time. We’ve tried many different solutions and talked with lots of others about their experiences.”
“Both of us were raised as technology geeks, and we were surfing online before it was called ‘the Internet,’ added Ve Ard.
Dunphy was previously Palm & PalmSource’s chief competitive director, a job that required himn to stay on top of the mobile industry. Ve Ard has been a location independent software developer since she was in her teens and heavily utilizing mobile technology. She is also a technical writer and trainer, teaching high tech topics to non-techie folks.
“In 2013, we decided on a whim to compile all of our blog posts on mobile internet into one place – and it turned into the first edition of The Mobile Internet Handbook,” Ve Ard explained.
The book is available for purchase by clicking here.
To see the personal arsenal the couple uses on the road to stay connected, click here.
They recognize that everyone’s needs while RVing are probably going to be different, from those who just need to be able to get online fairly regularly to check e-mail, pay bills online and plan upcoming routing, to those who depend on being able to get online to make a life of mobility thrive.
The website’s knowledge base and news center contains free and member-only articles related to staying connected on the road. They offer a premium membership service called Mobile Internet Aficionados that includes a question and answer forum, exclusive in-depth content, discounts and member-only webinars. More information on that service is available by clicking here.
SOURCE: RV Mobile Internet press release