well, you're the one who mentioned money.
being somewhat older now i would also very much note the need for a
good circle of friends and community, and a committed life's partner
etc for when you can't take care of yourself (or perhaps make any
believe it or not it's a real possibility. I can't believe looking
back how many of my friends never made it past 30.
but here was the actual page that made me stop and think about typekit:
and this was a good article:
have a good day.
On 12/16/12, Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre.prokoud...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 16, 2012 at 5:08 PM, Daniel Smith wrote:
>> well, design has never really been considered a high paid occupation
>> now, has it?
> By whom? :) Besides, a lot depends on lifestyle. Living frugally on
> $60K vs. living lavishly on $120K turns out to be pretty much the same
> thing or even better.
> The point I'm trying to make is that in the long run "whatever works
> best" is still the best approach. We can argue about licenses and
> "evil" vendors all we like, but once you do paid projects and treat
> this job seriously, justifying software expenses can be not such a big
> deal. Similarly, it's quite OK for people to buy Apple hardware if
> they have a project to pay the expense off nicely.
> This is really about looking at things through investment lens.
>> Like I said before, to view open source as if it's all white knights
>> is a misnomer.
> Indeed :)
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