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I know, I know. A crow is an unusual web design/tech symbol. I chose it because I really don't feel like a usual web design /tech person. 

The crow represents my tendency to get carried away with projects. Wholly lost in them when I get focused. "When's the last time I ate? What time is it? mybrainismelting" kind of focused.

Hi. My name is Carrie. . . and I love puns. 


I grew up in what's called the "Oregon Trail Generation". Computers were used in elementary education, but it wasn't until I was a teen that we had a PC at home. I learned to type on an old school typewriter because computers were too expensive and my school didn't have a lot of them. By the time I got to college we had the internet at home so I could communicate with my mom. 

Tech has been evolving right along side me, though I think it's safe to say it's winning. Now you can have AI write sonnets, or draft a document for a professional email. Actually, I am being given the option to write this paragraph with AI. 

There are a lot of pros and cons to evolving technology. It is helpful in ways that you can't even imagine until you see it in action. But there is SO MUCH to know. And it can be easy to fall into the trap of letting tech rule your life. The issue with AI writing is that even if I give it a prompt, it doesn't KNOW me. Or how I speak. Or think. It is analyzing data and giving me back representations of what it thinks OTHER people would say. Sure, it's easier, but there's no life behind those eyes. It will always have just a taste of uncanny valley. 

So, how can you utilize technology, but not lose the humanity of it? Let me help! 
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