Reading Permission to Suck by David Kadavy inspired me to stop caring about appearing perfect and start allowing myself to just wing it sometimes.
The last time I published a post to my personal blog was over a year ago. I said at the beginning of 2015 I was going to write more. I really wanted to, but I also wanted every post to be just perfect.
When I started high school I learned how to hack video game consoles. I’m not sure if the challenge interested me, or if I was just interested in fighting ‘the man’ who dictated which games I could play and how I had to play them.
I learned about this skill-set from a reference to an online forum in some gaming magazine. The forum was magical and full of other misfits who shared my passion. While on the forum, something strange and totally unrelated to console hacking caught my eye.
Under every post, there was a little signature picture
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