It's been awhile since I've posted here but recently I've felt the itch to diversify and re-target my blogging approach across multiple sites with different topics of interest. For instance, I will publishing some content over at Tumblr, some at WordPress.com, and some here at Blogger. Everything will be unique and carry different...angles of the same sort of content. So basically spawnroom.com and notdef.com will hold my legit, professional posts while these blogging services will carry things like the #NotDef Field Notes and TSR video updates, etc.
As for SJC Media LLC, my small web studio "start up" in Wisconsin, business is slowly picking up. I have a feeling there's a decent amount of competition around here, but I have the fortunate benefit of partnering with two dedicated and intelligent individuals who are handling sales, marketing, billing, and other managerial efforts while I focus almost entirely on development. It's a pretty sweet gig and I'm looking forward to my professional relationship with both of them. On the side, I still handle personal projects I receive direct from random clients around the region, but the bulk of my work comes from this partnership. I'd definitely recommend any young developers who are interested in entrepreneurship to consider partnering right out the gates of graduation. It's a great way to boost the amount of work you can find. And don't underestimate Craigslist, that's how I made my connection and found my first few clients!
Lastly, I'd just like to mention that I still work on video content over at the TSR YouTube channel, NotDef channel, and personal "perlox" YouTube channel. Although please don't judge my professional side by the content you see therein... :P