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Twin brothers Lucas and Lee Brown are in Alaska researching how current and future trends can make The Last Frontier a future destination for tech. They believe that the leaders in Alaska need to leverage Nordic countries as an example, rather than Seattle or another city in the lower 48 states. It is an opportunity to preserve Alaska's strong sense of community and connection to nature, while embracing the opportunity to be leaders in tech. This effort will take years, but technology will fast-track change more quickly than we can even anticipate.
Remote yet connected
The Geeks in the Woods property in Valdez is a modern retreat that offers unparalleled capabilities to work remotely and live connected. The 20 acre property is nestled at the foothills of the mighty Chugach Mountains overlooking Robe Lake. It's surrounded by some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery and provides endless access to renowned outdoor adventures year-round. In a seemingly contradictory fashion, the secluded property boasts lightning fast fiber-optic internet, allowing visitors to remain connected to their work and teams.stay relax
Tech in Alaska
Silicon Valley --> Seattle --> Anchorage? We are vying for it! Tech workers are interested in moving North for improved quality of life. Anchorage offers a lower cost of living paired with endless options for exploration and adventure.geek out