The newly changed and redone background was customized by a combination of information. We cannot disclose the methods to the madness, but now that the method has been proven to be effective, we will explore and implement other changes later down the road. Digital Blasphemy was the source for the background change.
As Tupac said, “It never stops, when my mama ask me will I change, I tell her yeah, but it’s clear I’ll always be the same, until the end of time.” Change is sometimes inevitable, sometimes it is planned and sometimes it is unexpected. The first black President campaigned on changes. His intentions were good, but it was impossible for him to fix 30 years of downhill chaos in 4 years of endless redtape.
The minute we stop changing is the minute that we fall behind. Adapting is a very important ability to have. Most of us don’t like changes. We get comfortable and when we find things has changed, we tend to panic because we have become used to the way things were. Life is short, change is good, until the end of time. Tupac was one who understood that resisting change would eventually cause society to eventually accept change. This sign below is not directed at Barack Obama, but the United States is ranked #24 on the list of LEAST corrupt nations, while Hong Kong and Qatar are higher on the list. Does that not say something about the U.S.? The United States of America has seen better days. Long gone are the peace love and happiness of the 70s. Long gone is the rock and roll musical revolution of the 80s. Long gone is the Technology gold rush of the 90s. After Y2K, everything went downhill in a slippery slope, unstoppable like an avalanche. The problem is that people don’t like change, and THIS is what happens, when you don’t change, you end up looking like this:
Change can sometimes be a lonely road, but breaking the cycle from everyday life is sometimes critical to emotional well being. Logo designs change, website ownerships change, places change. Make the most of it, accept it, and learn from it!