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tynamite's answer « When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up?
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I first wanted to be a fashion designer, then architect so I could design buildings but I scrapped that to get into something to with computers. I wanted to be a writer, run a tv channel, radio channel, have my own operating system, hardware, software (like Apple), make tv shows, write books, make albums, make podcasts and be a fashion designer.

The first website I made was a portal to compete with MSN/Lycos/Yahoo/AOL/Go called A.Surfer. I shut it down as I couldn't compete with those large companies as they had lots of staff and resources. I was going to write all the content for my portal.

The second website I made was called NAET (pronounced nay-yet). It was designed to compete with Encarta, About.com, BBC Bitesize, Webmonkey and it was supposed to be an educational website about academia and technology. I scrapped it as the amount of work to create the content for an educational website is LOADS and it was a lot for me to do one person.

The third website I made was called elerhost, which was a web hosting company. I shut it down as there were too many cartels in the industry, intellectual property theft cartels, so it was hard to compete, even if offering free hosting.

The forth website I made was Prowler which was a collection of blogs and tools to help webmasters get free traffic. It had various tools like banner exchange, link building, topsites, a review blog, link directory etc. I scrapped that because I don't have enough traffic to justify running it, but once I get a high traffic website, I'll put Prowler back up.

The next websites I ran were, Tynamite (music), BI Radio and Filter My Arse. Filter My Arse was an educational wiki for school kids LOL :D

After that I ran two review blogs called MoreGs (for making money online) and Prowler Loves (webmaster review blog), and I shut them down as I could see the writing on the wall. The market was getting saturated with too many "review blogs" and I knew it would no longer be profitable in the years to come, but I did make over £1000 from it, thousands of pounds.
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