Mega Super Good is really starting to take off, and like I've said before I think I have the best job in the world. I mean, who wouldn't want fresh new inventors, bands, and artists sending them samples of their art? There's no better way to stay up to date and to meet cool new creatives. So what about you? Do you have a project that needs funds? Let's help you get them!
I may have the most inspiring job in the world. Not because of anything special that I'm doing personally, but because of all the work from fantastic artists and inventors that I'm exposed to on a daily basis. I just want to express this heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who's submitted innovative projects for our review. It's truly brightened my life and my expectations of the future knowing there are so many creative, artistic, and problem-solving minds out there. Keep up the great work everyone!
September 1, 2010
I've decided that the best way to maintain humility is to watch playback of oneself speaking into a camera from time to time. Wow! Seeing yourself on video may be the only realistic measure of how much of a geek you truly are. And BEWARE: The camera WILL add 10 lbs to your beard! I guess the lesson here is that these sorts of things happen to everyone when doing something unnatural like making a pitch video. So, creators, when producing your videos don't be discouraged if your voice sounds slightly high pitch, or if you blink a lot, or you laugh at some of your own jokes (ok, maybe I'm the only one who does that last one). The world expects those of you who brighten things up with innovative contributions to be a little strange at the very least. And doesn't that make life more interesting? If you tend to get a little camera shy, like me, try to remember this one thing: if just 8 million people see your MSG project page, that's only a measly 0.1% of the Earth's population. And there's no reason to get nervous about such a tiny fraction of a percent. As we move into the final days of experiencing the world as it exists in this pre-megasupergood.com-state, I strongly suggest you start taking lots of pictures for posterity's sake...one day your grandchildren will sit upon your lap and ask you what life was like before the arrival of Mega Super Good. It might be nice to show them pictures of the cold, drab, pre-MSG world to help them appreciate the awesome lifestyles they enjoy now that so many great, innovative projects have been funded. After all, those spoiled brats won't know how good they've got it, monkey ;)
August 20, 2010