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Where have I been?

September 25, 2007

As some of you know, we here at Tropist Media are not only a blog but also a startup company. We’ve been working tirelessly for the last couple of months and are getting close to launching our new product. Unfortunately, my time to work on the Tropist Weblog has been lost in the crossfire.

But, I’m back. I won’t be as consistent as before, but hopefully I’ll be more poignant. This means I’m still on the lookout for interesting stuff. If you come across something you think I’d like, feel free to shoot me an email and I’ll probably feature it. Look for new posts starting tomorrow!

In other news, we are looking for a killer web designer! If you do unbelievably easy and gorgeous UI design, shoot me an email, I’d love to talk.

Thanks for the support everyone!
Chris

csavage [ AT ] Tropist [ DOT ] com

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A Little Vacation

July 12, 2007

Over the next two weeks Brendan and I are going to be taking a little time off. We’ve been working like crazy for the last year and we need some time to get our heads straight while we deal with some big creative issues coming up.

I’m in Greece and Brendan will be traveling through the south. Be sure to let us know if you’re going to be in either place and want to meet up. As always, I’m available by email at csavage at tropist.com

I’ll do my best to write when I can, but look for consistent blogging to startup in a couple of weeks.

– chris

A quick note on feeds.

June 20, 2007

As some of you have noticed, the Tropist Weblog is hosted on a wordpress.com hosting solution. WordPress has recently decided to disable our ability to track how many users are subscribed to the blog using their built-in feed. Eventually we’ll be migrating over to our own hosted solution, at which point this won’t be an issue.

For now we’d appreciate it if you could make sure that your subscription is going through our FeedBurner feed, which is http://feeds.feedburner.com/Tropist, so that we can have an accurate head count on the number of all you great subscribers out there. If you’re on the blog itself just make sure you click the large RSS button on the left instead of the one in the URL bar and you should be all good.

Thanks!
Chris

http://feeds.feedburner.com/Tropist