I am the hard working owner of DayLabor.org who wants to help manual and skilled laborers flourish online so that I can continue to live out my dream of working at a desk without having to lift more than a few fingers. Ever since I was a kid I have despised all forms of manual labor and its awful skilled labor brother.
My father has always loved having big yards and working in them on the weekends as much as possible. No matter where he lived he would always buy a house with a big yard full of stupid plants and trees. When I was in the house playing video games he would always be outside working in the garden, pruning a tree, or starting some huge project after running out of other things to do in the yard. I was content playing my video games, but all too often he would find ways to involve me in the yard work and I hated it. I hated it no matter what it was and I decided to commit myself to academics so that I would not have to mow a lawn, rake a leaf, remove a stump, or otherwise get my hands dirty ever again.
Since my life's mission was to succeed academically for the purpose of not doing any physically challenging work I quickly ruled out learning a vocational skilled trade. I did not want to spend my days renovating old houses full of asbestos as a carpenter, dodging trees as a logger, or turning heads with a case of plumbers crack. The logical was to avoid those types of fates was to go to a descent school and study something useful.
Now thanks to my steadfast dedication to not doing hard work I can sit here and work hard at making technology work for you. It is my hope that you will find this website useful in your quest to do the work I never want to do.