Picture this: there is a beautiful sunrise beyond the horizon; a muggy and humid day is not far behind. Cars are still dormant, and streets are empty with the occasional car fleeting to avoid a morning rush. Birds are beginning to chirp; a runner laces his shoes for a pre-dawn run. A Millenial is about to get a call from a Boomer that changes the motion of their lives forever.
“Hello?” replies the runner.
“Hi, is this Arthur Weborg? My name is Brett Reetz; I am a lawyer.”
An awkward pause and an unvoiced thought of what have I done?! races through the runner's mind. Before the thought manifests to words, the lawyer breaks the silence
“Don’t worry; you’re not in trouble,” chirps Brett.
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Leading up to that moment, there were a few failure-to-launch events. However, Brett hadn’t given up on his vision of “Roomarang.” Casting aside discouragement and frustration, he kept pressing forward.
This brief predawn interaction reignited a journey that had started two years earlier. Arthur was intrigued by the concept. Brett had found a technical mind to tame the computer beasties. After the internet was explored, Arthur found the competition to be sickly. The time is ripe for a new spin on chat rooms.
It wasn’t long before development began, prototypes put on display, and electricity was humming to the beat of messages being sent. Hands literally from around the world were contributing to code. There was even early interest from some venture capitalists overseas.
As the code expanded, so did Arthur’s family. Unfortunately, the platform didn’t go viral. Development went on hiatus, and Talkdust was eventually taken down to be reevaluated.
Fast forward again to fall of 2020. A skeleton of a system is already in place. Hadley and Dalton join and become key teammates. As the team synergized, so did the style and voice of the site. Months later, Arthur decides to dedicate himself fulltime to get Talkdust up and running.
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