• about me (1)

    I’m Dillon..

    Blogger, Hacker and Future Mad Scientist

    I’m passionate about living an amazing life, while also incredibly interested in how technology helps automate the boring parts of our lives. I question everything and often seek out a completely different way to achieve any given goal. I’m a full-time college student studying Information Systems and Security. I’m a newbie travel hacker and 4+ year blogger and I love testing things.

    Watch the video of Ramit Sethi to the right explain the kind of mindset I’ve developed over the past year!

    Also, check out my Impossible List!

  • The TRIP Trailer

    “I do some weekend editing…” – Will Ferrill In The Other Guys

    On one of my latest trips I wasn’t able to get enough footage for a normal video so I instead made a scary movie trailer!

    The plot is about four friends going on a simple day trip, but unknown to them, something lurked in the water…

I love talking about starting and growing a small business. I post frequently on the subject and love connecting with like-minded people.
Mainly dedicated to starting an online business, these resources will get you farther than 90% of people getting started. *These will be geared more towards technical projects moving forward.
This is an ever growing to-do list for my life. No matter what I want to experience, learn or build, it goes on this list to be checked off. Each year I can only focus on 3 items to accomplish.
Follow along with an aspiring hacker/coder building useful tools and making my life easier with code!
RECENT POSTS
January 1, 2016

It seems like 2015 flew by, but so much has changed in my life it’s crazy to reflect on. That’s why I love writing a post like this. I really get to reflect on the past year instead of letting everything fade into the back of my memory. I want to share everything that has…

November 11, 2015

Travel hacking is nothing new, but the way it’s being done today is vastly different than it was a few years ago. Sure, we’re still using rewards cards to get the free travel, but the difference now is manufactured spending. I recently teamed up with Bryce over at 10xTravel.com to learn a bit more about…