A new world

“In the old world, you were defined by what you consumed*. In the new world, you are defined by what you create.” Christopher Carfi, The Social Customer Manifesto.

Maybe that could help explain the lack of posts and communication. And thank you Darcie for the comment. In the last few weeks, I’ve been helping a few friends create things to spread the word about their creations, and doing a little bit of creating myself.

    Blog coaching Justin Catanoso for the promotion of his new book, “My Cousin the Saint.”
    Recording four new songs of my own to flesh out “Girl with Slingshot” album. These are not quite ready yet, but I’m feeling really good about the work so far.
    Developing more content for Tonya Martin and her pilates blog.
    Recording the music for Bloody Blackbeard.
    Exploring some freelance work with David McLean at the local ad agency King’s English (more to come on that)
    And moving again. For reasons beyond explaining in the blog here, I’m moving again. This time, to somewhere a little closer to downtown, with a pool (!) and an exercise room, and a balcony, and just a short walk away from Sean’s house.
    A little Dotmatrix Project producing. This post is one of the best descriptions I’ve seen Sean write yet–and likely, he’ll up this one in a few weeks, too.

5 responses to “A new world”

  1. Hey Buster,
    sounds like you’re not busy enough…sheesh!
    So excited for you about the new place did you say a pool!!!??

    the date is still open for a bike ride, lunch whatever! I miss Molly. damn.

  2. Well, it wouldn’t be a new year without a move to some new digs for you. At least this time, if you lock your keys in the car you can hang out at the pool while you look for a wire hanger.

  3. I said pool KB, and a workout room. I’m going to need some folks to share poolside.

    That means you too, Rowell.

  4. Solve says : I absolutely agree with this !

  5. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation :) Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Tumbler.

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