Even though, I'm still a Tech Ronin and writing about it, I've migrated over to a new domain: janet.tokerud.com. The blog name is now Independent Knowledge Professional. That sounds a little more formal and maybe it is. But, it's still about the fact that a great many of us are knowledge professionals and it may behoove us all to think of ourselves as independent.
As you know if you've read much of tech ronin, the traditional idea of a permanent job has become obsolete. You may have a so-called permanent job, but most of us don't. As usual, I'm emphasizing how your use of technology can help you along your way as a tech ronin or independent knowledge professional.
Most of us do knowledge work these days. The personal computer and now smartphones and tablets are making it easy to take your working environment wherever you go whether that's the livingroom couch, a local coffee house or a client's home or office. This is a very good thing if you like being able to compete in your favorite niche.
I've used Macintosh computers for many years and don't own a PC, so you'll find my expertise slants towards the Macintosh Way. Now a days, that includes iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. I'm currently writing about the best apps for knowledge functions. I've covered information capture and brainstorming so far. Next up is gathering information and ideas.