“The day I started on the road, I had a flip phone, an iPod, a TomTom GPS, an atlas, a laptop, and free Wi-Fi wasn’t very easy to find.” Times have changed since the days back when guy known as Nuke started living out of his truck. And that’s good news for him since Internet access has moved up several rungs on Maslow’s hierarchy. As addicted as you are to your phone, it can be an even greater necessity for homeless folks like Mike Quain who need access to information such as weather forecasts: “If it’s too cold somewhere, we’ll get south any way we can. And no one likes to be surprised by rain. Rain isn’t nearly as fun when you don’t have a dry place to go.” From Newsweek’s Betsy Isaacson: Homeless Millennials Are Transforming Hobo Culture.