My name is Dino Rudniski, Dino's short for Constantine, a Greek to English translation. His-story in the making, wordsmith, a poet at heart and a martial artist in mind.
When learning anything that interests me, I like to delve deep into the subject, yet I inevitably come to the surface for my attention's demise.
I love technologies that increase productivity, though I am also conscious of the the complete spectrum of what a buy-in entails.
For example, a motorized vehicle might solve a short-term goal of getting me somewhere faster. Yet the initial cost and maintenance can detour choices in my life. There are also long-term implications that affect the environment.
So, instead of driving a combustion engine, I propel a centrifugal spaceship around.
Though the city bylaw officers are cracking down on people not wearing helmets. Once again I'll be reverting to jogging or just plain walking.
Another example is how computers connect the globe together, simultaneously disconnecting me from the natural (real) world. I might work all morning and into the afternoon on my stationary laptop.
Well it's more like a floor-top, where I sit cross legged in front of the terminal window to the matrix.
But when I leave my station, I unplug. No smartphone, just a book, pen and pad.
I carry a book with be because I have an inquisitive mind and I like to learn new things.
And my pen and pad are for when imagination sparks creativity.
I am an ambitious individual and am in the midst of many computer projects. One of which is a personal blog. The blog includes stories, poetry, reviews, photos, and images.
An ideal day in my life consists of getting up early for a morning walk, to transition into the new day. Then for the greater portion of the day I spend exercising my geekness. Afterwards I usually escape for an evening trail ride.
poetry and the like can be found @http://dinosblog.com