I've thought it over and over by now, and figure it's time for a general refresh of this thing. Three years is about 0x64 when you're digital.
Obviously, this isn't hooked up right now, so why not check out Tight Pants Syndrome (an awesome rock/pop band) instead?
These are links to live, completed projects i've worked on, in conjunction with my previous companies, inklings creative and shaw co. as well as several contract jobs. Most of these are live links, but on the interwebs, a project's shelf life is akin to a low-lying ham sandwich when Jack's around. Ergo, your mileage may vary.
And some stuff that can't be linked, but I can tell you about.
My latest cool stuff is really, really super secret, and I don't feel like getting sued much right now. So, more later when the hidden people say it's ok. The rest is just the stuff that keeps Jack in chewy treats. You know what I mean.
I finally got through my first iPhone app development gig, and I'm stoked to do more. I know, the world didn't need another bit of brochureware, so sorry about that. But all in all it was a blast, and the sad fact that I often dream in AS3 actually helped me get up to speed quickly. The worst bit was trying to actually send it around for testing and limited distribution. Talk about hoops within hoops. But all in all, mostly harmless. So it's time to brush off your killer idea and give me a call.
What with all the general disruption that comes with moving, QuackTrax is down for a bit. I think only Bentley was using it, anyway. Maybe Dave. I dunno. But
UPDATE: I think Quacktrax will be back next week. Watch this space for the link.
I was cleaning out the old in box and discovered an odd theme. And, seeing as I didn't have any testimonials up yet, I figured these frighteningly similar sentiments would serve the cause.
"Thanks! You rock!"
"Dude - you rock!"
Paul, it is my professional opinion that you do, in fact, rock.
"Thanks paul - you rock."
"Paul - You rock! Have all the beer you want at the brewfest!"
Who knew? And now you know an easy way to get your name on this site.
Looks like I've gotten myself a new side job of recording gigs for local groups. If you're interested in capturing a gig for not much dough, give me a call. Here's a quick demo of how it comes out so far. I got two cheap mics and a Powerbook...
For the three of you out there who remember Roger from the Dark, here's something.
Oh, and my [NEW] sporadic blog.
[Wednesday, December 11, 2013 09:25:34 PM]