It's called Liberatr::Art::meta(), and I chose that name because it builds on my brand, it attracts the geeks, but it contains the word Art. I am hoping I am covering all my bases here.
I decided to put some ads on Aleshia's Site since she is starting to write more often now, and it appears she has readers and commenters as well!
I completed a new project last week, it took me 2 days (about 12 hours of work) to get it to a point where the client was in full approval of it. Check it out.
Graphics, rollovers, layout, some Photoshopping. I have a new client in the Regulatory Compliance Association and also Turbo Compliance.
Notable noise is a very quick-and-dirty listing of a bunch of things, normally what local musicians are up to. The column is penned by Jason Ferguson, and although we were not informed we would be appearing in the paper, I am OVERJOYED at the mention! I was wondering why the newest show had more listeners than the oldest show. Now I know.
Check out the mention:
Taken from Notable Noise on 4/20:
My friend Jake from the Detroit Creative Group and I are planning on putting together a podcast where we discuss topics relevant to digital creatives (not just internet stuff, no sir) and interview these creative individuals and the people that develop the applications we use and run the organisations that support these industries.
The $64,000 question is: What does one name such a show?
The world may never know....
The story of starting a blogging business is not a new one: if you listen to as many podcasts and read as many blogs as I do (which is not a large amount), the formula stares you in the face. There have been covers stories in BusinessWeek that caught huge attention for blogs. Whereas a year ago I would not have been able to say so, my dad now knows what blogging is. So when I tell him I am interested in pursuing blogging for money, he didn't shoot down the idea right away.
For the past 3 weeks or so, I have been involved with a very interesting experiment into the world of podcasting. I decided I wanted to become more intimately acquainted with the local Orlando art scene, and maybe I wanted to have some intelligent discussion too. A good friend of mine, who has taken to calling herself Myla Goldberg on the show, does the show with me, and we call it "You Can't Spell Crapface Without PFA". What does PFA stand for?