Noah Gildersleeve

Technology, Philosophy, and Travel

Working On the Road

So you're working remote. You have a deadline, and you're saaaaay in Southeast Asia, like me. Where can you get it done? I know some people that work quite well from lobbies in hostels. Personally if I need to get more than three hours or so of work done per day I...

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A new start to the blog

A new start to the blog

So I was going over my blog and my personal website, and trying to get them both up to snuff. I finally decided, after much waffling, that having two sites didn't really make sense. I imported all of my old posts from By the Moon and the Starts and tried my best to...

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An ode to Portland

I'm getting ready to leave Portland. I thought I was completely ready, aside from getting my car detailed (more expensive then I expected) returning the CPAP to Apria, which is at the freaking airport. I have my bags packed for India and stuff set aside for the...

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Realities of working remotely

This post is going to be getting technical, so if that isn't your bag you might want to bail now, if it is then sit back and enjoy. So I am going to be working remotely for my company while I travel. I won't be working full time, but part time as I have time...

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Breathing and Stress

I used to be prone to vicious outbursts, and metaphorical self-flagellation. I would internalize conflict until I exploded in either violence, hitting walls or a punching bag if it was around, or going over the different viewpoints in my head arguing in increasingly...

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