Welcome

Hello and welcome to my personal site. You are now reading my blog, which automatically makes you cool.

Graduation draws steadily nearer. It is now just hours away. I will soon have a second degree, to complement my degree in English from St. John’s University. The first one didn’t get me too far; let’s hope the second one is more useful. I certainly feel like I learned a lot; more than I thought I would, really. I still feel there’s a lot to learn. You can never really stop and say, “Okay, enough learning; I’m done.” Especially not in this field. Multimedia and Web Design changes so fast that my degree is probably obsolete and it’s not even in hand yet. Still, I hope to get a good job with it and then expand and refine my skills over the years. I guess I’m feeling pretty optimistic. I was feeling pretty damn “excited” earlier. Wow. You never know what the future holds.

Oh, and for those who are interested, I have updated the Photos section with some new images…and you can actually click on the thumbnails to see a larger version!! Wow! I really spared no effort for you guys. Christmas is coming, so please get me that special gift that really says you care: ca$h.


 

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