The last 3 physical copies of the first pressing of Bethany Curve’s “You Brought Us Here” are now for sale on cdbaby. We haven’t decided if we will do a second pressing, or just go digital only. So this CD will be a collector’s item.
Go Get it!
Everybody else is doin’ it, so why not me?
- Did a mock technical interview event tonight at UW (more tips for college CS students looking for a job)
- Interland (web.com) sucks – part the final
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These tips are great for web startups. They are pretty useful for non-web startups as well. I’ve been through the startup mill myself a couple times and I still got some good pointers.
Happy Holidays Everybody!
Word is filtering out quietly. Even the Croc website doesn’t have any info. It seems like they ran out of cash now that Peter Buck isn’t helping to pay the bills. This is truly a sad day for Seattle Music. The Croc was a great place to play and a great place to see live music. It was one of the last of the old generation clubs still around. As Belltown has yuppified around it, it was still a beacon of the live music that put this city on the map before Starbucks and Microsoft. While there are other venues in town, there are fewer and fewer places where bands can turn their amps to 11 and their audience can be close enough to them to see the expressions on their faces.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has an article on the Croc’s closing today.
My good buddy Chris, who is a teacher over at the Art Institute of Seattle, just posted this animation! I love figaro!
Elizabeth Rhodes and the Real Estate Industry professionals that she quotes as part of her highly-biased reporting may still refuse to admit it, but the numbers have been showing conclusively over the last few months that the market is not improving.