We were even hanging with Wiesn Playmate Anna Scharl (Miss October for German Playboy) and her sister most of the time we were out; they’re both sweethearts.
Tonight I’m going to the Opera and tomorrow I’m doing some 3-hour caving expedition. Ahh, the life of a spammer. It’s a tough job, but someone’s gotta do it.
I have been working in this industry for 8 years, working on web sites for reputable companies, making decent money. I would say that I would be the kind of person that any organization would want to have, but I find that I enjoy working at smaller start-ups, due to lack of waste more then anything, and I need a little more stress then your average person to get things done.
But if I can use my talents to startup some stupid website and just milk money away from Google and the unknown people out there, is there really a downside? Is it illegal? I can provide better for my family and not do something illegal. Why would I not?
My instinctual answer is that I wouldn't want to do it for the sake of not helping to proliferate crap on the Internet. But (not that I would really want to) if spending 1 month a quarter coming up with some stupid website and then go spend time with my family and just watch the money come in... why is that not a good option?
I would love to hear from others that have had this same thought, and where they are on why the continue to work at a "real" company versus going out on their own taking advantage of the framework that Ad revenue has presented to us.
(Note: that this is a picture of the Shoemoney guy not Quadzilla)