Hi, I’m Brian Dys — a photographer from the inside looking out · a composer entangled in electronic music · a UX designer · a spouse, a parent, & everything in between.
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From the Podcast, Unfinished Business Episode 76: Two old farts Googling
I’ve always wanted to be the guy that has the best barbecue that you walk away from and you go, “We gotta go back to that guy’s place – it was a laugh and there was plenty of food and it was all good fun.”
~ John Davey
From the Podcast, Unfinished Business Episode 77: Dirty, filthy, paid ads
I’ve decided that I’m going out on my own. Like I’m gonna write my own products, I’m gonna get my qualifications. I’m going out. I’m ready to put the money, the financial investment into it and everything else. I’m ready.
~ Ashley Baxter
That means you’re leaving your plateau.
~ Andy Clarke
From the Podcast, Unfinished Business Episode 80: I wonder why he trusts us?
If you want to make a big difference to an industry or a big change in your own life, you’re never gonna do it playing it safe.
~ Ashley Baxter
You can’t achieve anything just sitting back and watching other people do it.
~ Laura Kalbag
Music plays a substantial part of my everyday life. From activity to inactivity, it’s like second to the air that I breathe.
Apparently, there’s a thing called “second album syndrome” or the sophomore slump. But this isn’t anything about the literal first-released album of a musician but the first album of that musician you’ve heard of and all the songs in the collection kicked ass.
I noticed this after numerous times I have liked an artist/musician mostly for that one album – the first album that let me discover them. It may have stemmed out from the repetitive playback of that record until it came to mind to try to discover other albums of the same artist but seldom have I liked two in a row.
One (or two) album wonders
Athlete – Tourist
Bon Jovi – These Days
Embrace this thing called “internet“. No more red tape, no more grouchy customer-fronting employees, no more 7 am long lines 12 pm you’re given the application form 5 pm you’re ordered to come back tomorrow. No more nothing government, no more.
Speak in Filipino. Speak in local dialects. And be understandable in whatever tone you will be speaking in.
and Step 3
Entertain questions and answer questions.
Like this website.
The best place to find government services and information. Simpler, clearer, faster.
It’s true, I’ve tried and used its information.