I am a coder. In 8th grade I started hacking and read the Hacker’s Manifesto. I always be a coder. The logic and math and clarity and peace and “cognitive togetherness” that I derive from coding and math will always be a part of my life as a positive uplifting source of self-reliance.
The interesting thing is that I always have been a coder regardless of what I am doing! I’ve tried many things be it Acting classes and rubbish Stand-up Comedy in Hollywood, traveling like a freak to 4 continents, a dozen countries, and driving over 1500 miles from autumn 2009 to spring 2010, to these articles that you read on this site.
My interest in coding and math has manifested itself in the aforementioned and many unmentioned applications. When I was living out of a tent in the Yucatan studying spider-monkeys,
I have always been just a coder often unprudently throwing msyelf in well….non-coding situations . But that’s my life…c’est la vie and that’s what I’ve done and I look forward to getting back into the code and math and precision that I love.
But I am coder, not a blogger! I’m merely a coder who blogs about ideas he’s had about achieving outcomes. Yes, the blog posts you read on this site are merely products of a logic and math perspective lens applied to problems, solutions, and ideas for dealing with relationships, career, productivity, and health.
As the aussies say: “Good on ya, mate!” or proverbially “The more you know, the less you need.” — Aboriginal Aussie Proverb.
As the French say: “Bonsoir, tres bon, monsieur.” or proverbially “On ne change pas un équipe qui gagne.” (One does not change a winning team) and “Vaut mieux prévenir que guérir” (It is better to prevent than to heal) Trés trés bon! Other fantastic French proverbs.
And as the Brits say: “This page is like taking a butcher at my loaf, my good china!” (Well…some brits might say that, at least XD) or proverbially “The genius, wit, and the spirit of a nation are discovered by their proverbs.” — Sir Francis Bacon. One of the many great british proverbs.