A Poem for January 29th, 2023

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This poem is dedicated to

Like the colors of a rainbow,

ranging nationalities live on varying social planes.

Loopholes and the difference in relativity amongst costs and obstacles

make for wonderfully complex scenarios from singular perspectives,

nonetheless, when a person can pierce through the systemic and budgetary limitations to build,

the ball starts rolling up.

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[POEM] A Poem for January 17th, 2023

This poem is dedicated to

Happy for you

A gang and community around yourself.
connecting deeply
mixing cultures

A work in progress. 😛

What relates to fact?
What relates to me?
What relates to beyond me in other people around me (micro–> macro)
What provides evidence of a clearly defined moral compass and leeway from it?

Reputation is the cornerstone of the digital ecosystem.

Through reputation alone, you can achieve lifestyle design and financial independence,

given you have the skills.

Once your reputation slips, however, you become open to judgment without true understanding.

Make your reputation a filtered deluge. The masses (of data), show that you represent your core beliefs,

your authenticity is truly represented…

They will judge no matter what. But remember, that you can curate how and eventually why they judge you.

So much depends on reputation.

Especially in a digital age.

Make your observations as you go and see how you create your own version of self-expression.

But…

remember, it’s a blacksmith-of-an-event.

The Value of Coding

Social mobility. That’s what coding offers. When we learn Thai and English characters in code, we learn that the Internet is a place of opportunity.

What Kinds of Opportunities Come from the Ability to Code?

  • Increased salary
  • Better problem-solving skills
  • Heightened intelligence
  • Comprehension of the impact of technology on people
  • Work from anywhere

Whether it’s Web 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0, the Internet will remain character-based until image and audio recognition capabilities surpass current search engine algorithms.

If you learn how to code, you unlock jobs, new puzzles to solve, and a life to create.

Experiment, test, read, copy and paste, brute force your way to the cleanest code possible, and the rewards will be there for those who can see the applicable patterns.

Apply what you know, and work will come, with it money, and then, you choose what you want to do in life.