TIM BUNTING

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Anyone but everyone

Ten years ago, only TV shows and movies could afford to make ultra high definition content. Twenty years ago, you had to be somewhat of a genius to build a website.

These days, both of those things are becoming easier and more accessible, so much so that anyone can do it. And anyone is doing it. But not everyone. And I don’t see why that is. These technologies are insanely useful for society, and they can help you make a pretty penny if you’re good at it.

I imagine people think it’s too much of an investment of either time or money, but technological advancements are making the scales tip in favour of that being wrong.

Even if just for fun, I think it’s worthwhile making both a website and YouTube channel or similar. My site and my YouTube channel might not be the best, but I’m slowly learning how to do it, and slowly building my skills. And with the help of technology making these technologies easier and more accessible, I don’t see why everyone doesn’t do this (sorry for the double negative).

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