A whole month since I turned in my badge and walked away from my full-time job as an electrical engineer.
A whole month since I started working full-time on my next project – something I’m excited, proud, and scared as hell to announce today.
About four months ago I had an idea.
This in itself was nothing new. I’ve had several ideas before. In fact, I’m quite familiar with the process.
Ideas are often ephemeral. They start with a “What If?” and end with a Google search on your smartphone. If Google doesn’t stop your idea, then usually a good night’s sleep will. You’ll wake up with it out-of-sight and out-of-mind as you start the daily grind. “Time to make the donuts.”
The idea I speak of today though, it was different.
The more I thought about it, the more intriguing it became. It spawned other new ideas. It became multi-faceted. I even started to tell other people about it. “Am I crazy for thinking this could work?”
Eventually, that idea became something so real to me that I quit my job to pursue it. And as it became the culmination of everything I’ve learned and experienced, it even started to feel meant to be.
It became a fusion of art, technology and community.
It became Citygram.
It all started with one simple question.
What if I made a magazine?
Today, you have the chance to respond through my Kickstarter campaign.
Click the link above.
Watch the video, read the story, and if you believe in what me and this talented cast can create…please contribute.
We’re excited to show you what we’ve been working on.