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I have a great idea for a new business. It’s sure to be a success. No question about it. To be conservative I’ll predict that I will probably earn several millions of dollars . I shouldn’t let the idea go public before I’m ready for the launch of my multi-million dollar idea, but you’re all my blog friends, and I trust you with my exclusive, secret plan.

We all know that to an extent, ordinary space exploration is already quite ordinary. It’s been done: no longer a shock to hear about. Billionaires all over town are getting into the act: Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have attempted producing and flying their own commercial space ships for years.

To set me apart from those original thinkers, my trips are out of our comfort zones and out of the “old familiar.” Unlike theirs, which are quite ordinary, mine are fantastic. In the true sense of the word, meaning that they are fantasy-like. Just ask yourself: Would you go through all the trouble of space exploration just to experience the sensation of weightlessness? Would you try to Break the sound barrier just to feel the gravitational pull of earth? Walk on the moon with your true love just to have an original, first of its kind wedding ceremony?

Nah, not for me. I want to organize … here it comes…space trips to Cyberspace.

Think about how amazingly wonderful a trip to cyberspace would be. Getting into a rocket ship and be fired up to the secret place in the universe that all of our old missing emails live. The place where all our erased documents hide, especially the ones we did not purposely erase. The ones that disappeared with one mistaken click. All our deleted documents take sabbaticals at that site.


We could zoom up to that secret spot and find old and wonderfully familiar, brilliantly written reports, intellectually executed final term papers and carefully documented tax forms. Oh, to see them again!

We all need to visit cyberspace to understand where those precious pieces of works of ours have gone. After spending hours, days or months of work on a new project, or cramming for a big exam just to have it disappear into cyberspace is simply unacceptable.

So be kind to yourselves and sign up for my new concept trip into cyberspace. Watch your world welcome all your hard work’s documents, and experience their rebirth! Recapture the hidden brilliance of your mind’s inventiveness, cleverness and adventurous spirit.

Sign up for my “MAKE HASTE  TO CYBERSPACE” adventure.


I have always been fascinated by the question of what makes some people pursue certain jobs, why some are attracted to certain vocations, and why groups of us are attracted to certain professions. Why does Joey want to work in a restaurant? Why does Jamie live and breathe the idea of  becoming a beautician? Why does Mel dream of studying medicine?

People who always were motivated to guide their paths in certain directions are lucky; “Ever since I was 7 years old I knew I wanted to become a teacher.”

The majority of us, I believe, were not sure what we wanted to do with the rest of our lives, or where to go to find out where we belonged.  I see the same pattern repeated with this young generation. Except that they have so many more options than we had. The speaker at my high school graduation said,”By the time you graduate from college there will be jobs in fields that don’t even exist today.” If that were true then, imagine what the future looks like in the 21st century for new employees-to-be.

For example, a revolution is about to take place in space travel. A soon as Sir Richard Branson makes space travel         Unknown-1                                a vacation destination, how long will it be before intergalactic coffee shops appear, offering pleasure and the comforts of home? When will the first Starbucks open in the big dipper? If a meteor rips a space suit or cracks a helmet, where can a good tailor be found between the moon and Venus? How long can an person be propelled into outer space before cravings for hot fudge sundaes arise? And if a new Brad Pitt or George Clooney film previews back on earth, what self-controlled space explorer could resist being the first in his orbit to see it? Where will the ticket takers come from? Will space movies sell popcorn? What will happen to the tiny Coca Cola bubbles in zero gravity?

I give fair warning to Sir Richard Branson: there are many considerations to take into account before signing up civilian space explorers, and flinging them up towards the moon. UnknownI suggest you do your homework before propelling earthlings out into the void without providing for their creature comforts.

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