Friday, 14 October 2011


Back in the 90s and early 2000s, what was the internet used for?
We had chatrooms and forums, but that was the height of it when it came to social media.
Now it's 2011.
Everyone who owns a computer generally has some form of social network account, such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter... hell, even Bebo!
These sites are popular for so many reasons. Not only have you got your network of friends to check up on, but you can stalk your celebrity crushes, find out tour information on your favourite band and hell, even find out what the local police have been up to!

Thug. Life.
So look back on what we had when you first got a computer and the internet, and compare it to what we have now. Crazy, huh?
Now think what kind of bizarre changes will happen in the next decade or two.
I demand holograms and shit! Hologram video games would be badass. ("Hologram porn would be hot." - You)

The future of Internet Porn.

So yeah. I got Twitter again. Why did I delete it in the first place? I didn't need it.
I can see the benefits of Twitter if you are a celebrity or if you're trying to get updates on a band, but I generally don't. And if I do, I'd just check their websites etc.
So why did I rejoin Twitter if I don't see the need for it?
Simple really. I have a job now. 6 days a week, 5 hours a day. So I'm getting a decent amount of money.
With that money, I have a whole band of projects and ideas I'd like to work on. Most of which are media related. So this blog is going to be getting used a lot more. For what? You'll find out in time! But Twitter is a great place to promote such things and keep people who are interested updated.

My Youtube channel is actually going to have content being uploaded, be it vlogs or anything else I feel worthy of filming/creating.
And finally. I do have a secret project I intend on working on over the next... year or so. It's going to cost a significant amount of money. It's going to take a lot of trial and error. It's going to require time, patience and reliability, but I think we'll get there.
Until then,

May the force be with you.
That's how the cookie crumbles.
Stay classy, San Diego.
Like a feather in the wind.
Rosebud was the sleigh.

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