About

Since 2006, I Have used this blog as a platform to convey my personal observations on the world of engineering, the Web, and creation. As a huge consumer of technologies, living and participating in the center of Silicon Valley, I’ve attempted to provide an unfiltered strategy to the day’s tendencies and resources, one that opens eyes and is my point of view alone – not repeating what the others have mentioned, but rather, getting people believe – maybe not just about what technologies does now, but where it is heading.

I create only at that blog with no hidden agenda. In the years of writing the blog, I Have loved learning and listening to some of the thought-leaders in the wonderful world of technology, and have, occasionally, been surprised to how much they’re listening again. I have had a unique chance to assist provide immediate comments to businesses, from the very greatest, to the very tiniest, utilizing my blog as a speaking-trumpet.

As an individual person, I understand I can never compose and outshout big blog networks or those that can write more often, with blogging more carefully linked into their day-jobs. I understand that I can-not win the race of recognition or complete places. But I also understand that with concentrate and transparency, I’ve been fortunate enough to see entrepreneurs ask me for aid in shaping their products. I have talked with novel writers about how new Web systems are shaping business, marketing and communities, and I Have observed the website grow, organically, getting readership and subscribers, who discuss the sam e passion I do for getting technology join with consumers.

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