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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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Veering off track

Veering off track

Taking the wrong perspective makes it almost impossible to see the change in real time. With the proper view, it's easy to prevent veering off track.

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The longest school year awaits

The longest school year awaits

This will be the longest year regardless of setting. It looks unlikely to have in-person this year. Schedules change. We adjust. It will be a long year.

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Endless opportunities in digital development

Endless opportunities in digital development

Digital development isn't entirely unrelated from real estate development. Build something from nothing, improve existing sites, and make everything work.

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Getting back on the saddle

Getting back on the saddle

autumn approaches. wheels are turning, gaining speed. back on the saddle

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What comes in next stage of pandemic

What comes in next stage of pandemic

summer quickly fades. school begins with questions amiss. as to what comes next

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Digital products transcend time constraints

Digital products transcend time constraints

Time is less in personal control. Work to trade less time for money. Develop repeatable digital products to escape time constraints.

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Create own opportunities

Create own opportunities

Create own opportunities. Give others a reason. Don't wait for a call. Make it happen.

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Weigh risks personally

Weigh risks personally

Weigh personal risks. Don't rely on general guidelines, especially with irreversible consequences.

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Set clear guidelines

Set clear guidelines

It's not right to expect others to understand boundaries. The stakes are high and bad habits lead to unintended consequences.

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Develop options without initial commitments

Develop options without initial commitments

Don't rush to commit, especially when unknowns are present. Be prepared by developing best next steps.

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