Stubaby is a company that seeks to create a better future for all of humanity. With the advent of new technology such as Artificial Intelligence, it’s important to put the needs of the human race before any machine. We can use new technology to better humanity, and it is important to remember that we have not created life, even though robots and machines may look and feel “lifelike.”

Regardless of how you feel about technology, it’s important to recognize that it is here to stay, and is advancing rapidly. That is why I have set out to become the best computer programmer in the world. And though many reading this may laugh at this statement, and say that A.I. could far out-program me, I have one thing that A.I. doesn’t, and that the is ability to make mistakes. Evolution is driven by mutations in the genes. Those mutations affect the morphology of species, and that genetic differentiation allows species to survive when different environmental pressures are put on it.

Stubaby was started in my college dorm room at Wesleyan University back in 2007. The way it got the name “Stubaby” is my wrestling coach from High School used to call me “Stu” and then made a variation on the name which was “Stu baby.” I have since adopted the name “Stubaby,” even integrating it on my Facebook profile. I like the name Stubaby because it reminds me that no matter how far I get in business and in life, I am still in a sense a baby, someone that is learning all the time.

Most people in the world do not continue learning after they finish school, and I want to change that. That is why I have enrolled at the University of Missouri St. Louis to achieve a second bachelors degree, which I am getting in Electronic Engineering. This degree is enabling me to take courses in Math, Computer Science, and Philosophy. My goal is to land a six-figure dollar amount per year employment, so that I have a financial base with which to support my family, and grow my business endeavors.

The core of Stubaby is my family, which started in 2015 when I married my beautiful wife Bethany. Although we don’t see eye to eye on every subject, a big priority in my life is to keep her and the kids happy. I am grateful that she supports me in my extracurricular endeavors such as Stubaby.

Here is the core of Stubaby on Halloween 2022

Back when Stubaby started, it was primarily a video production company. We actually surpassed the 200,000 views mark with a video from back in 2008, which was a spoof on the show “Pimp My Ride” which featured the rapper Xzibit as host, and played on MTV. Along with videos, we had a “team” of 100 people, which were hand selected by me, Stubaby. After I graduated Wesleyan in 2009, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Science in Society program, my life was eclipsed by work, where I was a Paralegal in my dad’s law firm, the Law Office of Bruce D. Stuart.

In 2010, I met my future wife, Bethany. From then until 2020, Stubaby was basically in a hiatus. I was busy working in the Law Firm, as well as running several other businesses, including a Real Estate Brokerage called Big Wave Realty. I was also working as an L.A. County Lifeguard in the Summer.

In 2020, I made a big life decision in joining the Army.

In 2022, fifteen years after the start of Stubaby, I resurged the website as and wrote several blog posts.