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9/11/08 Status Report

September 11th, 2008 | The Company | No comments

Life moves quickly. I recently attended Burning Man 2008. I attended early and stayed late to assist my camp with setup and tear down. The photo attached to this post shows my mobile office inside of our dorm tent. During setup, I was able to do a minimal amount of work via the half ass [...]

Webcraft Coming To IgniteDenver

August 12th, 2008 | Digital Theatrics, The Company | No comments

It looks like I’m going to give a quick talk on Digital Theatrics at IgniteDenver. John Wilker made the announcement in his “Ever wonder what Duke Nukem would twitter?” blog post. Maybe I’ll see you there for my 5 minutes of fame. I mean, literally, 5 minutes. The Ignite format gives you 5 minutes with [...]

A Little More On Digital Theatrics

August 11th, 2008 | Digital Theatrics, The Company | No comments

Back in April, I defined the term Digital Theatrics. Since then, I’ve had slews of conversations talking about the finer points of DT. I’m often asked to expand on the concept of “the stage”. Everyone is familiar with seeing theatrical productions in the theater, on television, or in books. We embrace the opportunity to get [...]

Welcome To Boulder

August 8th, 2008 | The Company | 1 comment

One year, one month, and one day ago – on 7/7/07 – I posted the first blog entry. Today – on 8/8/08 – I have two exciting things to post about. The first: Webcraft Studios is now in Boulder, CO. WCS is still based out of my home office – and *I* moved to Boulder. [...]

Happy Birthday Webcraft

July 7th, 2008 | The Company | No comments

A year ago today, I posted the first post to this blog. Holy crap, a whole year! Gee, that went quick. I’m on the same laptop I wrote my original post on a year ago. I’m still running Ubuntu Linux. We’re 1.5 months into our first campaign. We’ve earned a whopping zero dollars. Things are [...]

Progress Report: Two Months Later

June 5th, 2008 | The Company | No comments

About 2 months ago, I announced that I was no longer a corporate gnome. In that post, I mentioned that Webcraft was no longer slated to be [just?] a web development company. Two weeks later, I explained the first service offering, Digital Theatrics. I mentioned that I was sending off the first client proposal that [...]