Holy Cow! It worked. You're HERE!!!

Kobs sounds like Robe with a long 'O'

Oh yeah, there is only 1 "B" in Kobs

I really like Instagram for posting drawings. Check em' out

You're still going, check out my priorities

If you want to read some funny Kobs stuff, click here

#staying power, you're getting close to #friendzone

Are you into this site, wanna take a survey?

Can you believe that they let me do this?

Seriously, there are not that many pages on this site. Are you just clicking for fun now?

Looks like you want more. Here's some light reading, my priorities!

I'm interested to hear you're take on the website colors.

I never thought that you would make it this far.

How often do you hang out here?

Seriously, I don't update it enough to warrent this many return visits.

Have you ever watched Pump Up the Volume?

I just wanted to see if you would refresh. Made ya look.

I invite you to check out my Social CV

A moment of your time…

You will not be entered for a chance to win.

I've heard the most negative feedback around the idea of me adding surveys to the website. It's obvious that there are strong emotions towards surveys, but why? The survey isn't inheritently difficult or upsetting. Actually the intentions are to do good. So what causes us to hate the word and idea of a survey? Simple, nothing happens after the survey.

A typical survey asks you to answer a lot of questions. Some are simple clicks, but many are open-text, requiring a long answer. The effort is on you and the person conducting the survey has little effort. Most importantly they rarely share the data! The insights are never shared and it is difficult to see change based on any survey you have taken.

So what if we could change that? What if I share the data with you in realtime? What if you can help edit the survey and create a better survey? What if artists could use this raw data to produce infograpics that can help all of the surveyed understand the data? What if we could all talk about it in realy time? I think if you take one of my surveys you might have a different experience.