And a 5,6,7,8…

A month ago it seemed like this adventure was miles away still. At least that’s what I would have said in the calm of my mind, but in reality when forced to sit in the comfort of my office space (rocking chair), there were always waves of panic. As we go along on this journey you will find an array of photography by yours truly, my best friend and business partner, and also random images plucked from the inter web. Please note, that these images are either from own our creative minds or easily accessible across the world wide web. You’ll note that by me saying that I will always give credit where credit is due but there sometimes exists random art work.

To have the nerve to set foot on an adventure of this type of magnitude (15 weeks pulling a 30 foot trailer through flat land, hard land, rolling hills, steep mountains and of course rain or shine) boils down to how bad you want the adventure to succeed. In our case we have in our possession a simple yet vast new technology that we will see to the end succeed with triumph and presence. Now if either of us were an executive or founding member at an already established, revenue building company, launching this device would be extraordinarily easier. There wouldn’t be days spent researching sales strategies, bookkeeping for dummies or how to adjust a photo 4 different ways for the social media platform you’re trying to use. Yes, you have to change the size of your photos for effective resolution depending on which network you are reaching people through. I recommend entertaining The Art of Social Media by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick to further explain what I mean. Since we are dead set on seeing this great idea through, many hats must be worn and no matter how Dr. Seuss that might appear it is utterly possible and necessary.

From here the story goes on. Please read on and interact with us. The more the merrier.

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