• Welcome to HiTechLoLife. This is my small spot on the web.

    09:07:41 AM on Friday, 14th of August 2020

    Everything that humanity has ever accomplished beyond basic survival has been motivated by a fundamental and irreducible fear of non-existence. Our conception of self and self-esteem generally is simply a buffer against the anxiety that comes with recognizing that we will cease to be. Culture is just a massive shared delusion to mitigate our fear of the unknown and ultimately of death. Thus we want to imagine certain works of art as timeless or to place value in family lines and offspring, to project ourselves beyond death. We take comfort in our value systems and the structures that arise from them, whether thats through conceptions of biological kinship, national political identity, religious faith, etc. This includes belief in the inherent value of ensuring the future of humanity through scientific progress. Indeed much of modern western life is devoted to the avoidance of death, the various euphemisms and stock phrases in mourning, the entire funeral home industry that serves to remove death from the ordinary course of life, from the home and onto the embalming table or into the crematorium. We build up the artifice to avoid the brutal reality. In short, everything that we've ever done and will ever do is motivated by nothing more than our existential terror in confronting death.

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Jason Blade

Unix Engineer II

"Dude, you really are a nerd" - Coworker

  • Jason is a dedicated person, someone that you can trust to have something done correctly. He is a team player who participates actively with good ideas. Proactive in solving possible issues and always provides help and support to coworkers/customers. He is a fast learner and not afraid of challenges

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    Javier Nunez Principal Analyst at AT & T.
  • Jason is a very customer oriented person and, as a Junior Unix Administration he demonstrated a great talent learning new concepts and how to apply his knowledge solving issues even under a lot of pressure.

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    Daniel Diaz Moreno Unix Systems Administrator at Modis / DirecTV
  • I would highly recommend Jason as a proficient technical system administrator and as a valuable team oriented person that values both the technical and customer service aspect of his job. Any company would be fortunate to have Jason as a team member.

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    Mac Guballa Enterprise Storage SAN/NAS Engineer at CVS/Caremark.
  • Years later, and I still refer to my "Blade notes" Evernote file ever now and again. Thanks for being awesome buddy.

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    Kyle Carpenter Solutions Engineer, Limelight Networks

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