An Essay on Wealth and Freedom

Historically, the “wealthy” in society were always land owners. Rental income provided enough wealth that the owners need not work, and in turn they became members of the elite of the country. Capable of running administrations, splurging on the best, taking hunting excursions, and historically the only ones capable of influencing government (i.e. vote).  Fast […]

Married, Graduated, Moved!

The last month has been quite an adventure! A lot has happened, and I would like to share it with you. I got married! (May 13, 2015)   I graduated! (May 17, 2015)   Drove Across the Country! (May 19, 2015 – May 23, 2015)   And Moved to California! (May 23, 2015) I am sure […]

Building a Kickstarter: What I Learned

It has often been said, that filling out a Y Combinator application is an excellent way to gain perspective about your startup, regardless of making it to interviews. Although I wouldn’t argue with that, I’m here to inform you that building a Kickstarter has (at least for us) helped far more. To put this in perspective, we have […]