1) I went to Sweden
2) I started SportAZine.com
3) I state OpenSourcePlayground.org (actually, I'd have to double check to see which of SportAZine and OSP were started first)
4) Wendy and I started dating.
5) Tom and I started the Music Manumit Podcast.
6) I start law school
7) Nick and I started the Music Manumit Lawcast.
I think that's the important stuff. Obviously, there are tons of details missing. That pretty much brings us current.
So, why write now? I need your help.
I am trying to turn Music Manumit and OSP (at the least) into a 501c3. This is going to take a lot of time and money. I'm not asking for money. We aren't there yet and if we become a 501c3, there will be a lot of that! Here's what we need:
Music Manumit Podcast
We are always looking for bands to interview! We are also always looking for guest DJs. A guest DJ gets to select 6 tracks for our weekly music show! Please submit guest DJ tracklist with the following format:
"Track" by Artist (genre) - license - Website
SportAZine is looking to start having regional correspondents. You need not know much about sports. As SportAZine is aligned with GeekAZine and DorkAZine, it's very much a site rooted in technology and general geekdom.
Right now the focus of OSP is on software law. There's no reason we couldn't add authors interested in other aspects of free software. Let me know if you'd like to get involved!
I have a long list of articles I want written for the Lawcast. If you know anything about the law, and think musicians would like to know what you have to say, please let me know! Also, since the Lawcast is new, we need feedback!