Babbage, Beethoven, Matisse, or cummings, Wozniak, Gates, Rose, or Rojas, Maxwell, Turing, Euler, or Descartes, Nicholls, Kepler, Vermeer, or Newton may apply for positions here.
Every software and technology company in existence needs trailblazing, staggering, paradigm-shifting creative talent, and there is a seismic shift taking place that is beating high mountains down and leveling the great peaks. It took a while for this artist-friendly shift to take place, but the age is upon us for unfocused-now-but-ready-to-get-focused creatives to migrate away from the fringes and take center stage, to rule the world of innovation, so to speak.
They are on the verge of a golden age of opportunity, because as development studios and engineering firms look for any way to distance themselves from the competition, more and more of them are willing to take a chance on an unproven, but very promising, prospect:
Perhaps the savant who dropped out of college and is now ready to make his mark, perhaps the dawdling artist who has compounded a tremendous skill with PhotoShop and Flash, perhaps the light game coder who has a perfect GRE score and who can ace a Sudoku puzzle, perhaps the pure autodidact who has vast reservoirs of technology know-how.
If these descriptions thy mind may move, then visit Krop.com and find a job. The time for you is now.