Sheesh – it’s been way too long since I’ve posted. I’ve had a number of topics I’d wanted to write about, but as often happens, real life gets in the way.
I’ve taken on a couple of new clients over the past 2 months which are taking about 90% of my time. In one sense this is good, but it obviously leaves less free time to be blogging and podcasting and such.
The webdevradio podcast has started to fade, but not intentionally, and I’ll be working on that more in March. The little podcasting time I’ve had has often been scheduled with Manuel Lemos at jsclasses.org That one is fun to do because there’s a regular co-host, but I do enjoy doing my own thing.
I’ve started a freelance support group, initiated by an email from a listener to the webdevradio podcast (thanks Marc!). It’s not open to the public – we’re going to try to keep this small and focused. If you’re an independent web freelancer looking for some technical, business or social support (need questions answered, need to vent, etc) sign up for our mailing list. We’re going to try to keep this at just a handful of people, and are planning to meet regularly via phone or g+ hangout to help each other through projects, grow our business, and expand our tech knowledge. Interested in joining? Sign up.
Lots of lessons learned over the past couple of months on these new projects which I do want to share, either via the podcast or this blog, coming soon. Thanks for your patience!
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