Bedouin Workers, Digital Bohemians and Digital Nomads are all terms more or less widely used to describe the same phenomenon. People all over the world tend to work less in a fixed-contract and fixed-workspace environment. Instead, they explore new ways, networks and spaces to work in. How we work, especially in the creative sector, has changed radically within a few decades.

People are either forced or rather choose to go into less constricted work relationships. The manifestations for this are e.g. the emerge of the Third Place, a space that is separate from the two usual social environments of home and the workplace. We have seen a lot of buzz surrounding this ongoing change of our work habits: books and conferences, initiatives and services to support this workstyle.

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