August 19, 2014
In case you’re not already aware, Michelle and I have moved south a little from Encinitas ($2 million for a house? No thanks) to the friendly San Diego neighborhood of North Park. We’re closer to friends, family, and customers, so don’t be afraid to call me up for a good, old-fashioned meeting in-person.
For payments and deliveries, be so kind as to mail business correspondence to:
3245 University Ave., #299
San Diego, CA 92104
Mail will be forwarded from the old address for the next few months, so don’t worry. Since I work at home, our home address has changed as well, of course, so just let me know if you need that too.
Please let me know if you have any questions at all. Thanks!
October 21, 2013
You may have recently heard that GoDaddy purchased Media Temple, our host, but Media Temple will “continue operating as an independent and autonomous company.”Â Such acquisitions are typical in the tech world, but this one hit home: I’ve been a Media Temple customer for about five years, and I deeply distrust GoDaddy — not only are GoDaddy’s services inferior and frustrating, their company has a slimy reputation that’s hard to ignore. Read More …
June 25, 2013
After 15 years of developing websites for scores of clients, I’ve learned a little bit about a lot of things. Perhaps more importantly, I’ve learned a lot about what I don’t do — either because it’s outside my experience, too shady, or just not something that interests me. Read More …
November 27, 2012
If you host a podcast, and you’d like a guest with a background in web design, development trends, or just freelancing in general, please let me know!Â I feel like I have a little bit of a story to tell with the year I’ve had, but not enough of one to start my own podcast.
Hopefully your listeners will agree.
November 19, 2012
Five years ago this week, I left my agency job, and hung up my own shingle. I had been freelancing on the side for years, but this time, my income was all me. I had to show up and grow up. I made it this far, and this is a little of what I learned. Read More …