And we are back…

By | May 25, 2010

And we are back…In case you were wondering about the decreased amount of news, etc…

Basically, I was balancing between studying/trading Forex and my studies at the University. As you have noticed, this lead into the “late/no news” situation.

Anyhow, it’s time to move on. Therefore, I have decided to quit studies (at the University) and focus on things I enjoy doing. As George Shinn said: “Growth means change and change involves risk, stepping from the known to the unknown.”

P.S. I will continue studying English to improve my writing :-)

So, give me a day or two to sort everything out and we are ready to go.

About (Author Profile)

Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.

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  1. RamaSubbu SK says:

    I hope, you have thought well in all directions before taking this decision. Education(Studies) would help get some money to run your life in a long run. But you can also be a next Bill Gates by quiting studies and take some risk.
    Best of luck & hard work.

    • Tiago Sá says:

      He’d also need to start stealing other people’s work to be the next Bill Gates…

      • Rafael says:

        And he’d also need to open a company who would bundle the worst web browser ever into a operating system. :)

        • RamaSubbu SK says:

          Can say any product which is really good and doesn’t steal/share any idea (feature) from others. These days all the products are built better with their own idea on top of others idea.
          For me, there is nothing wrong to share the ideas from others and build a good one for people. Thats where the patent system comes to protect from stealing, if it is really worth.
          Also, I would like to share here that IE was never a worst browser. It was OK browser, with IE 9 they are trying to be good browser.
          IE 6 was released 9 years before, the time it was released IE was good. But the mistake we do now is we still compare the IE 6 with latest chrome/firefox/Opera browser.
          We have to compare the IE 8 with the browsers that was released along the IE 8 time frame. But I love the way firefox came and dominated(forced) Microsoft to follow web standards more, this definitely helps developer a lot and for end users there is no big benefit.

          • pneumatyka says:

            Its not a mistake to compare IE6 to Chrome, because both are used those days. Thankfully IE6 usage droped a lot, but still there are people using it. Those comparsions might convince people to change.

          • RamaSubbu SK says:

            If they are comparing IE6 against Chrome, then they should also include IE 8 in that compareison list. XP end users can upgrade their browser to IE 8, which is one of the good browser for today’s date.
            I also agree that IE has kind holded back the web development a bit. Now the game is changing, I’m happy that Microsoft is coming upto speed. I don’t know whether IE 9 will be released for Windows XP :(, this gives options for others browsers to compete.
            In gulf countries Windows 98 are still in use, Windows 98 is not compared with other latest OSes.
            We should compare an Orange to an Orange only.

      • pneumatyka says:

        Give man a chance. Maybe he will steal something. ;)

      • Ichann says:

        You mean Like Apple and every other business?

        Innovation is dead.
        Good going dude. Enjoy and live your life a little.
        BTW: How old are you to quit Uni?

  2. Mister Buns says:

    Don’t forget, to be like bill, to leave your software with security holes!

  3. Stanley says:

    all the best young man…

    you did huge decision. i hope you will be right..
    you have already success with this page.

  4. Dels says:

    btw many should wonder, what you studied on university? law? economics? social? arts? it? or else?

    • Computer Science and Business, but I realized that it’s not my thing :-)

      • nobody says:

        I hope that you have an open doors to get bak to studies, if you realize that you want to.

        These studies of yours are almost a guarantee of a nice job with lots of cash, and foremost – stability.

        anyway, best of luck, you can be happy and successful without studies too.

        ps. but parties during study times are the best, be sure to not miss many of them. you will not be young again.

        • Agreed on parties thing :-) Also, lots of cool people there, but sine I will be paying for English classes, it shall be fun anyway.

          As for open doors, not really, I’d have to start all over again. Future will tell.