The internet never sleeps.
It's always on, always making connections, always making money.
It's the friend that will help you to accomplish exactly what you want it to.
If it's there to entertain you with funny pictures of cats and status updates on Facebook, then that's all it will be. If it's a place of leisurely commerce, where you buy things with greater ease than doing so in person, then that's how it will be. If it's a source of inspiration for hobbies and crafts you participate in during your free time, then it's happy to help.
Those are all fine uses for the internet. But is that really all it can be?
What if we used the internet to replace the frustrating parts of job-doing with automation, letting the internet's "little robots" do hard work behind the scenes so that we can live our lives? It's how I deliver templates to customers at Studio Mesa: Whether I'm asleep, traveling, or doing whatever I want, the automated system I've made does the work for me.
I'm obsessed with this reality.
The internet is a mighty, thrashing river—a constantly moving, ever-changing, infinite stream of exciting opportunities. We need to learn its rhythms, find a way to harness it, and let it take us wherever we want.