The Mobile Internet Handbook
For US Based RVers, Cruisers & Nomads - 5th Edition
Chris Dunphy & Cherie Ve Ard
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
For anyone thinking of exploring a mobile lifestyle, figuring out how to best keep online while exploring the world offline becomes critically important.
In this handbook, we help you assess your internet needs, set realistic expectations, explain your options, and overview the challenges of mobile connectivity.
The book is written for the non-technical internet surfer to the high-tech geek - we strive to balance using every day language and examples to explain complex topics, while keeping things technically accurate.
This book is meant to be a primer to the foundation of mobile internet as a US based nomad, and complements the more in-depth guides, product overviews, and constantly updated resources we maintain online.
Our goal is to make this stuff comprehensible so you can enjoy a thrivable life on the road with a minimal of technical frustrations, and still able to afford the fuel that propels your adventures!
A good free FAQ, not a useful guide
This would have been a fair, general beginner FAQ. It’s not good as a “book” and it never gets to anything tricky actionable. Unless of course, you need to be told that satellite internet is slower and more expensive than wired home connections. Oops. Spoiler. I’m sorry.