The year is 2015 and it feels like America is the Wild West all over again.

We all know that living the same job at a single spot is done but now even working for a company and moving every 5-10 seems to be coming to a close soon.

All of the action in a wide range of fields are not only mainly in the private sector but in smaller shops. Some will say that this is how it always has been, but there were distinct times in history where larger companies would have excellent research and development labs. AT&T’s Bell Labs was perhaps my favorite; so many great innovators came out of that group such as Dennis Ritchie, creator of the C language.

Now I am living and breathing this new era; working for myself not just because I have to. But because I want to.

Good times.

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