The Grand Plan

(If you came to this website, you probably think I went crazy. And you're right.)

Table of Contents The Travel Website

Initially, I created, a travel website, driven by a long-held vision I had for many years. The manual management of travel-related tasks was time-consuming and inefficient, and I wanted a solution that would streamline the process. was born out of this necessity, and it has since transformed the way I handle travel planning.

By automating various aspects of travel arrangements, has not only saved me considerable time but also reduced my expenses significantly. The platform's ability to consolidate and simplify travel tasks has been invaluable. It is a testament to how innovative solutions can address everyday challenges effectively. Through, I have been able to turn a longstanding idea into a practical tool that offers real benefits, enhancing the overall travel experience.

Infrastructure Development with Terraform

Creating a complete project from scratch required substantial effort and expertise. I meticulously wrote comprehensive Terraform code to establish my Kubernetes infrastructure and set up a botnet, which was pivotal for Waypoints to efficiently scrape flight data.

Kubernetes, an open-source platform for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, allowed me to streamline and manage the infrastructure seamlessly. By leveraging Kubernetes, I ensured high availability, scalability, and resilience for the Waypoints application.

Terraform, an infrastructure as code (IaC) tool, played a crucial role in this project. It enabled the definition and provisioning of the entire infrastructure in a declarative configuration file. One of the significant advantages of using Terraform is its ability to be reused across multiple environments and projects. When done right, Terraform configurations can be modularized and version-controlled, making them highly maintainable and repeatable. This approach not only ensures consistency across deployments but also accelerates the provisioning process for future projects.

The website and the supporting infrastructure represent some of my best work, synthesizing years of experience and learnings from previous projects. For the first time, I was able to implement a solution that balanced efficiency with strategic optimizations, all while maintaining a focus on reliability and functionality. This blend of methodologies resulted in a system that not only performs exceptionally well but also stands as a testament to the importance of doing things "the right way."

Introducing Q: The Automated Startup Generator

After completing the extensive coding required for the project, I realized the potential value in reusing the developed infrastructure. This led to the conception of Q. The concept behind Q, while straightforward in theory, embodies a significant level of complexity in its execution.

The primary objective of Q is to leverage the existing Waypoints codebase by making it adaptable for various applications. To achieve this, I implemented a system that identifies any instance of a specific identifier, such as the string 'waypoints,' within the code. These instances are then replaced with a token that serves as a placeholder for future replacements.

This tokenization process allows for dynamic customization of the codebase, enabling it to be easily modified and repurposed for different projects without the need for extensive rewrites. By abstracting key elements of the code into replaceable tokens, Q facilitates a highly flexible and reusable infrastructure that can be tailored to meet the unique requirements of various applications.

In essence, Q represents a sophisticated approach to code reuse and modularity, transforming a single-purpose codebase into a versatile foundation for multiple projects. This not only maximizes the utility of the original development effort but also streamlines the process of adapting and deploying new solutions efficiently.

Functions and Arrays: The No-Code Framework

Subsequently, I launched, a platform designed to solicit startup ideas from users. The platform evaluates the viability of these ideas by assessing the responses and assigning a 'Q score.' This scoring system ensures that the submitted idea is robust enough to justify the development of a full-fledged application. If the user successfully navigates through the entire process, their answers are integrated into my tokenized codebase, replacing placeholders with their specific information.

This approach would be limited if it only worked for a single type of application, such as Waypoints, a travel site. To overcome this limitation, I developed "Functions and Arrays," a 'no-code' framework that I had envisioned for a long time. Technically, it is the smallest framework in history, capable of building applications in any language. Functions and Arrays are designed to take any file or set of files, execute prompts against them, and rewrite the code as necessary.

To demonstrate the versatility of this framework, I created a mapping for Waypoints by abstracting it further. The process on runitbyQ involves a simple string replacement followed by passing all the files through Functions and Arrays. This system then customizes the application based on the user's specific inputs. It achieves this by first defining the database structure, which then informs the frontend generation. For instance, if there is a product in the database, a search and display function is automatically generated for it. Similarly, if the application requires e-commerce capabilities, my existing payment transaction code is reused and tailored to fit the new context.

This innovative approach not only ensures the adaptability and reusability of the original codebase but also streamlines the process of creating custom applications based on user-generated ideas. By combining the power of Functions and Arrays with the evaluative capabilities of runitbyQ, I have created a highly efficient system for rapid application development. Instant Startup Platform

I subsequently extended RunitbyQ's capabilities by utilizing its codebase for another "template." A template in this context is essentially a functional and existing codebase that can be tokenized. Following this, I developed ten templates designed to cover the majority of use cases. Should any new requirements arise, I plan to integrate them into the Q system as well.

The overarching idea behind RunitbyQ is to enable users to instantly launch a startup. This includes not only providing the necessary code but also addressing all other essential aspects, such as advertising and marketing. By doing so, RunitbyQ ensures a comprehensive and efficient startup initiation process, allowing users to focus on their business ideas while the platform handles the technical and promotional components.

Video Pipeline for Commercials

The next significant challenge was creating videos for commercials based on the data collected by Q. To address this, I developed a comprehensive video pipeline incorporating several advanced technologies: ChatGPT 4.0 for scripting, Azure Vision for image processing, Stable Diffusion for visual effects, AI for music generation, and Luma AI for video production. Notably, Luma AI does not offer a public API, so I reverse-engineered their website to create a custom API for my use.

Effective commercials are essential for any startup to successfully market their products and services. Typically, a full-service digital agency might be able to handle the entire process, from app development to commercial creation and social media posting. However, such services can be prohibitively expensive, often costing a significant amount of money.

In contrast, RunitbyQ offers this comprehensive suite of services for free. From a brief conversation of ten minutes or less on RunitbyQ, users can have a fully deployed application with infrastructure on their preferred platform (AWS, GCP, or Azure). Additionally, TV commercials can be autogenerated and posted on social media platforms, promoting the product seamlessly. This end-to-end solution significantly accelerates the startup process, offering both technical and marketing support without the high costs associated with traditional digital agencies.

Testing with Startup Ideas

We weren't done yet. To thoroughly test the capabilities of RunitbyQ, I devised ten startup business ideas, some of which I had been contemplating for a while:

And to further teach myself my pipeline I decided to do a movie The First Wall - I'll be creating a toutorial upon completion. and BattleBots

While purchasing domains, I discovered that was available, so I immediately acquired it. The exciting part is that I've always had a passion for BattleBots, given my background as an electrical engineer with experience in building robots. I had planned to pursue this hobby upon retirement.

Now that I'm retired, I'm diving into this passion project. Having watched BattleBots for decades, I am well-versed in the competition and understand that the most formidable and complex bot to build is a walker, particularly a spider-like design.

Cyberdyne Robotic Systems will serve as the headquarters for this initiative and will also host any public APIs I develop, available either for a fee or for free, but requiring an account for access.

My goal is to win BattleBots, and I am confident in achieving this. Afterward, I plan to reinvest any profits from my various projects—including the ten startups, Q, and Waypoints—into mass-producing the winning bot. Given my financial resources, I'm optimistic about finding cost-effective methods for production. Additionally, the music I produce will support this effort. If the robots don't succeed as planned, I have a strategy for social media and population influence, which I call "micro-targeting." This involves using user metadata to auto-generate personalized videos aimed at influencing buying decisions or voting behavior.

The bot will also be designed to combat "older tanks" post-BattleBots. While BattleBots rules prohibit spilling gasoline, this feature will be integrated as an optional attachment later on.

Despite these ambitions, I still hope to visit certain countries someday without facing legal repercussions, so I will keep specific details vague.

The First Wall Short Script

        The First Wall Short Film



NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
Greetings, traveler. I am a beacon, an AI recording sent beyond the universe's envelope before the singularity was triggered. My purpose is to guide any who find me.


Rylan walks through the hall, wearing a ceremonial robe adorned with ancient symbols. The hall is lined with statues and relics from various civilizations.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
This is the story of The First Wall, a sacred order formed to preserve the universe through the Eternal, a man-made singularity engineered millions of years ago.



Dr. Bastian, a brilliant scientist, works frantically in his lab. Blueprints of gamma-ray cannons known as Seraphic Ray and faster-than-light engines cover the walls.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
Dr. Bastian, a visionary scientist, believed in the cyclical nature of the universe. His groundbreaking inventions included Seraphic Ray cannons and faster-than-light engines.

(Excitedly to himself)
This will be the ultimate reset. A new beginning for the universe.


Planets across the universe are shown, each equipped with massive gamma-ray cannons pointed toward the sky.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
A religion formed around his ideas, known as the Followers of Bastian. It took over the world and spurred unprecedented innovation. Dr. Bastian orchestrated an elaborate plan thousands of generations in the making, but to him rebirth was as fast as closing his eyes for the final time and waking up again. Each planet was equipped with powerful gamma-ray cannons.


A massive black hole sits ominously in space.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
At a precise moment, these cannons would simultaneously fire their gamma rays towards a singular point at the universe's center, a black hole.


Thousands of gamma-ray beams converge toward the black hole, creating an immense burst of energy ripping a hole in time itself.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
The immense concentration of energy and mass would rip a hole in space-time, initiating the Eternal, a cosmic rebirth.


Rylan stands before a council of The First Wall leaders, discussing their mission.

We must ensure the universe's rebirth through the singularity. It is our sacred duty.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
But not all agreed. The Egits, an ancient cult, believed the universe should be allowed to expand and die naturally.


The final planet is shown, with massive outer gravity generators working tirelessly. Engineers and scientists are seen maintaining the generators.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
The final planet, with its outer gravity generators, was crucial. Without them, the singularity's pull would be uncontrollable.


The Egits, led by Lyra, are seen preparing for battle. Doran stands beside her.

We must stop the singularity. Life must follow its natural course.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
The Egits launched a desperate attack to stop the singularity, leading to a fierce conflict on the final planet.


The Egits charge towards the generators, weapons drawn. The First Wall soldiers fire back, and an intense battle ensues. Rylan and Lyra clash in a fierce duel amidst the chaos.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
The battle for the universe began, with The First Wall defending the generators and the Egits fighting to halt the singularity.


Rylan engages in hand-to-hand combat with Lyra. Sparks fly as their weapons clash.

You don't understand, Rylan. This isn't about power. It's about freedom. Let the universe be free.

Freedom through destruction? That's not freedom at all.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
The outcome of this epic struggle would determine the fate of the universe.



A small capsule drifts through space, a recording device inside.

NARRATOR (AI Voice): (V.O.)
If you find this beacon, know that our struggle is eternal. Our mission is sacred. The future of the universe depends on the outcome of this conflict.


And all of this will be live before 2025...