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digital dwelling of andrew maury. digital developer @ecomloop in burlingame, ca. san matean nantucketer on a rantum scoot.
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Further than currently possible

Further than currently possible

Stretch beyond the boundaries currently in place. Overcome limitations with additional resources. Look further than the current conditions make readily apparent.

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Create projects too good to ignore

Create projects too good to ignore

Make better things. Do better work. Demonstrate the possibilities.

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Staying active inside during the pandemic

Staying active inside during the pandemic

Physical activity brings many benefits to moods, outlooks, and physical health. Develop routines to stay active indoors with the kids. Don't fall into a pattern of waiting for the right conditions to get moving again.

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Digital solutions get better over time

Digital solutions get better over time

Put effort into solutions that get better over time, and don't depend on manual maintenance.

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Back to school at home

Back to school at home

New routines will evolve. School will continue. Kids will learn.

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Communicating the positive aspects of technology

Communicating the positive aspects of technology

It wasn't long ago that tech was overly revered. It's now overly criticized. Tech brings change, good and bad. Find good technology that enables others.

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Dictate morning attention

Dictate morning attention

Mornings shouldn't be left up to others to dictate. Put effort into dictating what gets attention in the mornings by not relying on newsfeeds.

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Demonstrate what's important

Demonstrate what's important

It's easy to get caught up in the details and be sidetracked by others. Make it easier with a better structure to each day that emphasizes importance in the right places.

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Proud dad day

Proud dad day

Seven years ago I became a dad. So much has changed and I couldn't be prouder of my seven year old son today.

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Self sufficient habits

Self sufficient habits

Tomorrow is back to school. Whether it's one or two kids, my attention must be with them.

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