Multibasing: What Is Home For People Who Travel Around A Lot?

Multibasing: What Is Home For People Who Travel Around A Lot?
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The traditional definition of a home needs to be modified, argues Metblogs founder Sean Bonner.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 july 2010

Sean Bonner is the founder of Bode Media Inc and has been involved with digital media for the past 15 years. He is also a self-confessed traveloholic. In one of his recent blog posts, he questions the meaning of a ‘home’ as we traditionally understand it. He feels that instead of simply defining it as any place of residence or refuge, there has to be a better understanding of what a home is, and what we want a home to be; more so, for people who travel a lot and cannot pinpoint any one place as a central home.

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