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Developer, creator, entrepreneur, and supporer of artists
Creating things that don't yet exist. Listening to music. Reading a good story.
web and software development, digital marketing, music composition, graphics editing, creative writing, content editing
Mainly software and web development. I branched out into creative writing in effort to bring attention to my software company which had already produced 2 games. I eventually also branched out into supporting graphics artists. At the time, I was struggling to make a presence and I did not know how to market my work. I wondered how many other people must suffer the same way. During this process, I worked with dozens of other writers and I realized I really enjoyed it. There's some really great stuff out there, just dying to get noticed. I've helped high-potential artists and writers to feel that they have a purpose and that their work is being recognized. That might be enough for some, but for me I'm just getting started.
I have several projects in the backburner, but my primary focus at this time is working on the Pagebacker book sharing platform (https://www.pagebacker.com).
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Given the difficulties of true communication between two humans, to what extent can you really know another person?
We tend to see what we want to see in others, which ultimately leads to disappointment when reality manifests itself differently then our expectations. The only way we can really know someone else is through what actions they have done. In truth, this does not tell you actually who they are but who they were. If it was a one-time action, then it's possible that said person may not return to their former self. However, if said person has proven over and over again that they are capable of doing certain actions, then you can at least know another person to the extent of reliability in those past actions.
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