We have been quiet lately after roaring in on the happy exuberance of finding a developer-friendly, small-business-oriented hosting provider. Our silence was not meant to indicate a lack of interest or commitment to this great business/community. Timlynn and I, founders of Sohodojo
and owner/operators of the JFS Consulting Inc.
nanocorp, have simply been busy as bees 'practicing what we preach' at the dojo.
If you are interested in 'Small is good' approaches to social action and small business in the New Economy, we encourage you to catch up on our recent activities detailed in the latest 'Rants and Raves' newsletter
. Among the things covered in this issue, you will find out about how we negotiated a two-way content partnership
, our experience and insights as North Carolina delegates to the Congressional Small Business Summit
and our recent award of an important Open Source community-sponsored specification writing contract to guide the development of Open Source project-planning collaboration technologies.
If you'd like to know more about our BIG IDEAS for small business, please feel free to visit Sohodojo
While we are pleased about these recent accomplishments, our intent here is not simply to 'blow our own horn'. We are exploring 'Small is good'
business models and technologies in the New Economy. As we explore, we are sharing our experiences. We are interested in meeting other folks who think these are exciting times for entrepreneurial free agents and small businesses. And we are hoping that our experience reports will stimulate others to 'cross the chasm' to the other side of capitalism
Best Regards to all as usual,
--Jim Salmons and Timlynn Babitsky--
- The Entrepreneurial Free Agent and Dejobbed Small Business R&D Lab
[This message has been edited by Sohodojo Jim (edited 06-29-00@12:54 pm)]