One of the difficulties of traveling while running a web site is the need to have regular internet access. A smartphone and wifi from the local cafe is usually sufficient, but sometimes you need an actual computer. I travel without a data plan so I need reliable wifi to make phone calls (from outside the quiet areas of course). Even small town libraries always have free wifi and a computer you can use for anywhere from 15 minutes to several hours. And they can be good places to get work done on a rainy day since you can zone out and don't need to buy anything. This post comes to you courtesy of the Logan Square branch library in Chicago.