Student in the Visual Communications program at the University of South Carolina
My name is Aaron Dallin, and I hope to contribute to the attempt to steer humanity towards a better path (in my particular case, to keep us from destroying our potential and to allow a healthy transition into singularity) by creating fresh and progressive media that can impact everyday people and open their minds to new ideas, ways of thinking, and the problems of the world.
My Patience For Limitation is Dying
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Dear Aaron, lover of Bock choy, : )
I'm here to help you contribute to steering humanity towards a better path. Please share your best ideas with the Citizen Wish List Project. It's all about real solutions, not rehashing the problems!
Hi, Aaron! We hope you're enjoying the SuperLife community ... and that you will take every opportunity to enrich your life and make the world a better place in 2008!
You're part of a fast-growing, purpose-oriented social network (many new members joining every day) ... and we're taking life to the next level. There's fertile ground here for having your say, realizing your potential, and extending your influence. During the coming year, please --
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