My Ethics Statement

Blogging is meaningful path to communicate with other fellow Internet surfers. My blog is designed for the public, and many of the topics I write about are of subjective over factual value, so it’s more about a state of mind rather than a formal procedure. Regardless, I am open to any ideas or opinions about in regards to of my posts. In fact, I encourage it. This is the place where we can be open about our life outlook without having an invisible judge looking over our shoulder.

I find the mélange of ideas necessary for progress, so inevitably, a reader’s bound to find something of interest. I promise to communicate with that other person and follow strict copyright laws to preserve my personal integrity and respect that person’s ideas. I will only use credible and authentic resources. I will tell nothing but the truth when it comes to posting information. I feel like it’s important to ensure the reader that whenever they visit my blog, it can be something they can respect and trust. Whenever I make any changes, rest assured that I would communicate any of that with all of you.

Lastly, I would like to go over privacy measures. No matter what I post, I’ll always put someone’s privacy as first and foremost. The last thing I would want is to publicly embarrass or hurt somebody who prefers that their information be kept a secret. Putting your thoughts out there is the first part, but making sure to consider the virtual world around you is a fundamental step to further develop the creative process.


My Introduction

My Selfie

Hey, how’s it going guys? My name’s Gus. I’m currently in San Diego, California, but I’m originally from Long Island, New York. This past year, I’ve pretty much been traveling all over. I finally followed my dream of moving to the west coast, and I started off in Seattle for six months. Managed to see Canada, which is awesome because I haven’t been out of the country in years. And then, around the end of October I ended up moving down to Portland for a few days, but it didn’t work out. So I asked my friend, I was like, “What if I ended up going to California tomorrow? What if?” My friend didn’t believe me, but then, the next day I ended up throwing all my stuff in, and then moving down the coast. I stopped in a bunch of great cities, and I’ve been in San Diego ever since.

In regards to what I’m studying, I’m doing a Cultural Studies degree with an emphasis on journalism and new media. I just feel that the way the world’s going on right now, a lot of people want to get their stories heard, so I feel like it’s a great opportunity to, you know, really connect with others. Some of my favorite hobbies are photography, writing, traveling, and basically open to anything that anyone wants to share. I really hope that this is going to be a great semester and good luck to all of you.