Thursday, 4 June 2009

Why I do what I do

Despite an apparent increase in readership (thank you folks for reading!), I'm afraid this blog is going to fail to contribute greatly to fruitful discussion or bringing about world peace (glad someone at least has that all figured out).

Until I finish my final project at least (all about free culture and creativity and art and y'know, stuff) I might find this an especially convenient place to rant. (Let's call it 'documenting the thought process.')

With every meeting with my tutor, and visions of failure and doom related and unrelated to this, an important question comes up.
Why am I doing this?

Please don't tell the Prof.

1 comment:

Manu Ullas said...

You are what you do.

Me for instance, I do stuff.
People hail me as a messiah.
I herd the technologically challenged sheep down to the pasture of where things get done, and technology becomes your friend.

It is hard. I understand.

I may have never worked with a HD Camcorder before. But I'm pretty sure it's figureoutable in a few minutes.

That makes me awesome.

Somehow I think the word awesome is silly and almost misused to an extent that can never be reversed. But you see, there is no better-sounding word.

So, there you have it.

I do what I do. Because I care.

I do what I do. Because I can't care less. I can't help it. This is how I've been always.

I do what I do. Because I was sent down here to save you sheep from your own little circles of hell that technology puts you into.

The people who built this stuff, can't really resolve your challenges with using this stuff with their challenges of building this stuff.

So, there you have it.

I'm here to save you.

So, please, let me.

P.S. Anytime you need a totally jerky, random, not-at-all relevant viz. completely relevant (yet so rambling, it doesn't seem so) jabber, you know who to look up. Sample some of that at the link below.

Yes, I'm promoting self, because people are lost, and looking for someone to help them.

And yes, I still come off as a complete jerk. This could actually be thought of as spam.

Even more convincing if I do this:
MEET YOUR TECHNolOgy Solemate:

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