This is a blog, where I’m going to bring all my “blogs” together, and start having a central place where I can share my life with the rest of the world, the interesting things I find, and anything that I think is worth remembering.
Everything that I think might be of interest to my friends, family, and just people who know me, are invited to come, read, share, and comment on things that I write, as I express myself, and share my outlook on life, with people.
I enjoy writing, and hope that as you browse through what I’ve written, you get to enjoy reading it with the same sense of adventure and awe, as I live my life with. I’ll also mention things, that I just particularly want to remember, since I know it’s always easier to find things that I’ve come across by blogging it, rather than trying to find it through google.
I’m currently living in London working as
an IT Consultant, for a corporate Web2.0 Solutions Provider, a New Media Consultant and in my spare time, I continue to look for ways of capitalising on what I know will become a killer application, once it’s launched!! Now I just have to find the right developer, to help me protoype something. the funding to get a prototype built.
What’s that you ask? What is it that my project is about?? Well, it’s about the proliferation of information, and how there’s only one way to manage all our information needs, that’s self-organising, self-prioritising, keeps you abreast of things you’d like to know about, and manages to keep you in the loop of things you want to know, without overwhelming you with stuff that you’re better off not wasting your time with.. I’ve been working on the concept for about 4 years now, and have a refined, and detailed picture of how it works, and what it looks like. Now I just need help turning it into something practical that can be implemented, and shared, and used online by everyone.. If you’re interested, get in touch.. I believe the successful implementation of this project will blow Facebook out of the water, eventually replace the need to use Google, and start to help us live a life, that isn’t permanently attached to the computer, constantly being distracted, and having our lives being ruled by technology.