Technology Projects

I have made a living off of investing into a wide array of ambitious technological endeavors. My belief is that the progress of this world is reliant upon its ability to properly utilize technology and I have worked hard to ensure that only the most exceptional innovations are the ones being introduced to my clients.

The optimization of business communication has also grown to become a very important issue for me. I understand just how valuable open and clear communication is between client and customer, and I seek to provide it through the services of my business known as txtmeQuick. This telecom business prioritizes the importance of business communication above all, and the end result is that more and more business become capable of not just bringing in new customers, but also hanging on to the ones they have and even rekindling relationships with customers who they have lost contact with. It all goes back to communication for companies, and ensuring that it is done properly is what this telecom business is all about.

Another of my technological projects is This website marries the magazine concept with digital content, creating a look an experience that was once unheard of. The introduction of this website reinvents the very way people look at magazines, and now they can still obtain that same experience while conveniently using their computers. The website also features videos on its “magazine pages”, introducing an aspect of viewing that is purely impossible to replicate for its paper-based counterpart.

Also on my technology innovation checklist is the creation of a website that can revolutionize the concept of travel. All too often, people travel to a particular place they look up online only to find that how it appears in real life is significantly different from how it was advertised. An experience like that is very disappointing, and it’s why I have made the creation of a travel website into one of my priorities. This website will provide a more in-depth and honest look into several tourist destinations all over the world through the use of its experiential interface. With the use of this website, people can board their planes knowing full well what they are in for.

The txtmeQuick website is focused on the improvement of communications between clients and businesses, but I wants to take the possible improvement of communication even further. Through the development of a real-time auto-translator program, I believes that whatever language barriers that still remain can also be broken down. The end goal is to facilitate better communication on a global scale, and the development of this program is clearly working toward that.

With all these projects seemingly aiming for the moon, it only makes sense to take technology even further. I am also serving as one of the people behind the creation of a whole new way of experiencing the online world. The project I am working on is currently developing new technologies designed to integrate both a three-dimensional and full sensory experience into the way people enjoy the online world. The completion of the project will help transcend the last remaining boundaries between the physical and online world.


The human experience is incredibly unique. Over the course of any random individual’s life, there will be events that define it, objects that symbolize, and people that shape it. The one element that serves to truly differentiate humans from all other forms of life forms is their inherent need to become part of something bigger, to become a part of society.

Life can be framed perfectly within the context of society. Fair or not, determining whether or not an individual can be deemed successful is often done through the prism of what they’ve accomplished within the fabric of society. People reside within society, and even those that seek to grow apart from it are still members of it no matter how much they struggle. Instead of becoming members of society, they come to be defined as the outcasts of society. Yet again however, they are defined exactly by the fact that they no longer belong within the confines of an organized society. All of these realities serve to ask of an admission of sorts from people. Since their place in society will always be relevant, people must then recognize the fact that their worth will always be largely dependent upon how they impact the society they are in.

Self-improvement seems to be such a vague concept, especially when people likely have different ways to measure their own worth. However, if people are willing to admit that they all have a place within society, then improvement itself can at the very least obtain its own baseline definition.

My ideas are meant to allude to the fact that there is indeed a role for everyone within society. He believes that though there will always be an individual aspect to life, it will also be quite foolish to ignore that it still resides within a society. Self-improvement then does not only mean that an individual is getting better for his or her own sake. Instead, it means that an improving individual is also serving to improve society.

There is a communal aspect to the term improvement, and people need to become more cognizant of that fact. People do not live in aw world wherein their actions can only affect themselves, for there is always at least one person that is nearby. Once people begin to realize that they are part of a whole instead of jutst being an individual, then they can begin to appreciate the true merits of self-improvement. They can begin to understand that the improvement of society is also theirs to enjoy, just as their own triumph is something everyone can share in.

The only thing left now is to actually improve. Improvement is a constant process, and it can also be done through so many ways. People can simply live their lives, and find that just doing so is also helping them improve. Every moment presents an opportunity for improvement, and when projected over a society that translates to significant improvement for a significant amount of people, at least that is what I believe.