The Weary Traveller Plods Along

LSS Pulp-O-Mizer cover

Today’s post is about forward movement, taking a few wobbly baby steps along the rough cobblestone path of progress towards our final goal of building a sturdy bridge over the river of digital scrapbooking. (Sorry, enough with the metaphors). Almost everything is taking longer than I would like, but we are making progress. Slowing things up have been a few extra-curricular challenges, like a failing back-up hard drive, nothing major but taking up time and effort nonetheless. In any case, the progress:

  • The third and final Limulus Systems website specification sheets was completed and sent it off to a web design company. If I can figure out how to post the spec sheet on this blog for download I will, so that you can read it if you’re interested.
  • In my spare time, I’ve been learning a little HTML and CSS for website development. It’s fun to do and may be useful at some point.
  • I have identified another suitable kit designer and made contact with her about working on our project.

That’s it. No revelations, no rants, just a couple of accomplishments. There will be some decisions to be made when I hear back from the web designers, but until then my task will be to continue networking with kit designers and potential users. And to work on website wireframe ideas. And come up with a product name. And… you get the idea, there’s enough to do.

P.S. – The graphic for today’s post was created with the Pulp-O-Mizer, a terrific (and free!) web app from Bradley Schenk. It’s very cool, check it out!

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