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Idea Limbo

If you’re stubborn enough to freelance and work with clients over a long period of time, you naturally develop the need to scratch your own itch.

Like most creative thinkers, I have always jotted down my ideas in notebooks and apps. In my case, there was one in particular that continued to make the top of my list.

I was tired of the same bullshit networking events that follow the same bullshit formula:




Writer, designer, bad pun refiner. www.billyfrazier.is

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Billy Frazier

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Writer, designer, bad pun refiner. www.billyfrazier.is

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