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Oh, my future path is far from clear. I might still live in Stockholm, might have moved to Birmingham, or Montreal, or possibly New York, or maybe even Tokyo itself. I'm quite clear over that I'll probably live in a bigger city. And since it seems highly unlikely that we'll be able to spare any surface in the future cities, I believe that with bigger city the natural choice of accommodation will be a smaller apartment.

What about work and education? Since I'm just about to choose university and what I actually want to study, also that path is a foggy one.

It is much possible I'll end up being a computer engineer. In our dear food-shortage in Tokyo scenario I imagine that I could take the responsibility to assist in an all-embracing way. I could develop a database for data about what all other agents accomplished and then being responsible for maintenance of the system and informational flow among us.

An other possibility is that I'll become an architect. The art of building is always evolving and when the Alchemy call me in I might be the one thinking out new ways to optimize the use of every inch to fit in glasshouses to grow vegetables in.

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Comment by Bongumusa on March 29, 2010 at 9:58pm
it is good but you need to work there and there.
Comment by Kokirin on March 29, 2010 at 10:46pm
Could you explain futher what you mean by "work there and there"?
Comment by Bongumusa on March 29, 2010 at 10:58pm
No further comment! I mean that you need to make more of brilliant work.
Comment by Kokirin on March 29, 2010 at 11:14pm
Oh. Okay. I can kind of agree on that. ;P
Comment by Bongumusa on March 29, 2010 at 11:22pm
You can know yourself as the most smartest person, but there are IMPOSSIBILITIES=LIFE CHALLENGES, But WHY? As there someone who was Born To Suffer? Why? I wish, I can help, But How? on my blogpost now!

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