We attend Remote Year’s second annual Future of Work Summit in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where great minds convened to discuss the future of the workplace as we know it and how the remote office creates inspiration.
Did you ever realize that traveling gets a little bit easier when you know a few words in the language of the country where you’re going? We’ve created a list for a few surprise ways to learn languages based on […]
What’s the best way to find travel accommodation? There are so many web sites available now to help you choose where to stay. We’ll tell you a bit about our favorite ways to book where we stay, and when each […]
2018 is a great year for digital photography. Camera tech has made huge jumps in the past few years. In addition to all the great tech, there are a lot of great YouTubers putting out some incredible content for all […]
Not one of our most popular nor most memorable halfhalfs, this one features features lunch food, plain and simple.
If you have a mirrorless camera, it’s inevitable that you’re going to get dust on your sensor. This is because the sensor is exposed the second you take off your lens. The luxury of DSLR cameras is that there is […]
You can’t take great photos or be productive without coffee, in our opinion. Although we’re serious about grinding beans and brewing our own coffee at home, we’re equally religious about finding a great cafe when we travel, or while we’re […]
Our first halfhalf post started as an idea, for funsies. What would a photo look like if we took both our coffees and put them together? It would probably look cool, right? We decided to try.
Our second halfhalf turned out way better than expected, as we combined the Empire State Building in NYC with London’s Big Ben.
For our third halfhalf, we combined windows from two different sides of the world, Vermont and Prague.