In this second episode - If its even long enough at 6m14s to warrant an "Episode" label - I talk briefly about a laptop I recently tried to fix for a friend. That leads into a bit of a story about why I don't really do break / fix computer repairs anymore.
This is the first in a series of varied content I will be creating to display in somewhat more detail some of the things that I do, or at least try to do, with myself in and out of my private studio, Perkitech. You can follow the content here on my page or on the Vimeo channel I created for it.
This book is the end result of a month-long writing challenge that I undertook after joining a FaceBook group called "Kick in The Creatives". Its about a boy who managed to reconnect with a friend who had disappeared under suspicious circumstances. However, the manner in which they reconnect starts
Lately, I've been taking part in a few creative challenges on a Facebook group called "Kick In The Creatives" to better prepare myself for the more creative sides of my work. I did well enough to get the attention of the group admins and was invited to answer a few questions for a brief
This is my recent spot on a local business podcast show called "Work Your Money": All things considered: I'm pleased with how it came out. I'm grateful to have been invited on and I had fun doing it.
Lately, as I've been making networking rounds to connect with others and promote myself, I've ran into a few situations where I had managed to strike up a good rapport with someone to the point of opening myself up for a business card trade. However, when I handed them off a pair of my cards and