My name is James Agar and I’m a digital nomad. I’ve been on the road for the past 10 years, wherever I go, my business goes with me. As a millennial, I am fortunate to have the opportunity to visit far off places, places our parents could only dream of.
The technical revolution, the birth of the internet and the increasing opportunities to earn an income via the world wide web as granted us so much power and control over our lives – I just couldn’t pass up this immense opportunity to combine work, travel, adventure and above all – experiences.
The freedom of speak is also relevant to the internet, and no one should have the power to mute us or take away our liberties. This website is dedicated to informing people (you) about the importance of a free www and how best to make use of that freedom to live a truly amazing life and enjoy all that the internet as to offer.
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If you are just trying to pick up the best router that gives you adequate wireless coverage and desired performance, you need to put much attention to every detail and specification a router comes with. In addition, you have some questions which may create confusion in the first place as you attempt to purchase a particular model from a famous vendor. With accurate information and honest reviews of different reputable brands Don’tBreakThe.Net is here to help you pick the best-suited device for your needs.
– James Agar (Digital Nomad)