I don’t know what these fools are talking about when they say the economy sucks and no one has a job or something.  I just ran through my list of people to offload web-design work to, and the only ones who were without jobs were the Canadian ones.

Some of the ones who had their own web design firms were so booked up that my projects wouldn’t even get looked at for a month.  Goes to show you … can’t believe everything you hear on the news or from the pundits, I suppose.  I mean web-design isn’t a McJob.  It’s big business.

In other news, I need people to add to my list of contractors for web jobs… we could be taking in a great deal of volume soon, and I’m booked up for about 37 days with my work.  Apply Here.

I’m working on a new design for rizzn.com…. I’ve shown a few of my friends what it looks like and they seem to like it.  I think it’ll be a vast improvement over what I’ve got.  It might even be the final release of rizzn.com … at least for a while.  I’ve been changing designs around here about every 3 months (I was going to make the metaphor “like I change underwear,” but that’s gross… a pair of underwear every 3 or 4 months?  ewwww).

I think we can all agree that this would be a decent design if it was a) less crowded, and b) I was gay or a chick.  It’s just too … damn … pink.

Otherwise, I’m keeping busy.  Like I said, I’ve got enough work to keep me busy for about 37 days, without interruptions.

If you live in South Florida, and want to be an inhouse tech, let me know.  If you are a superb web designer and want to telecommute, let me know.  If you are a programmer of any kind in South Florida, let me know.  No telecommuters of any kind for the tech or the programmers.  The web designers, if I can trust you to be self-motivated, can telecommute.

I am back to the grind.


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