Webjac Origins: How I came to be called that.

Webjac Origins: How I came to be called that.

Webjac has been my nickname for as long as I can remember (At least 19 years!) It’s a key part of my identity on the web. The origin of this name is quite simple, but let me tell you the story. It was 1995 and I was starting to mess around with computers (I was...
Turning 31

Turning 31

Wow, it’s been a whole year since I wrote here. It’s been a rough year. Last year I wrote this. This year, I’ll expand on it with the painful experience I’ve gained on these past 365 days. It’s gonna hurt. From broke to solid… to...
Turning 30

Turning 30

From broke to solid From clueless to a little less clueless From dependant to emancipated From highschooler to engineer From unemployable to bootstrapper, employed and entrepeneur From helpless to helpful From troubled to cleaner From single to married From not...
Nedstarkism

Nedstarkism

pragmatism or righteousness… which approach to use? You know how Ned Stark is. Righteous, honorable, the good guy, the moral guy, the one willing to die for his principles. Other may call him the stupid guy, the one that was so blinded by righteousness and nobility...

We got to keep pushing towards what we believe can make the world better and us happier. That’s all there’s to it.

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The “profit but open” model

The “profit but open” model

I was talking to a friend recently about twitter’s new “Rules of the Road” and we were talking about how sad we felt about the change of direction and why it was that way.While talking to him I realized something interesting:...