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Timothy Maestas
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Ten years from now I would like to see myself as a well-established photographer, with even a bit of fame. Now I'm not big on celebrity, but I think that having celebrity would make it a lot easier to make a difference in the world, and that is what I would like to be doing by 2020, making a difference for the better of man-kind. I still haven't drawn out exact blueprints to what the best way to effect people, and raise awareness and money for world problems through photography, but I'm working… Continue

Posted on April 14, 2010 at 7:12am


I choose to shadow Jane McGonigal, I heard of this website because of her speech at the Ted Talks. I think she is actually a big part of this website, although I'm not sure. But I think she is taking an approach to solving world problems that young people all over the world can really understand and connect with. If we could just get more young adults to hear her out I'm positive that more would be taking action to help out in the world, or even in their communities. I'm actually very excited… Continue

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 9:34am — 3 Comments


I think that sharing knowledge and skills is the key to seeing change in the world. If someone discovers the cure to cancer, but never shares it, what good is it? It would mean nothing to humanity. I think that being transparent with the knowledge you have is the best way to further development in any category of life, whether it be finding cures to diseases, getting through a class in college, or keeping an art alive. In my life I would like to share as much as I can with my friends, family,… Continue

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 9:20am — 1 Comment

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At 10:23am on April 11, 2010, PJE said…
Thank you Timothy Maestas

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