How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Some people rock...

There's a sign that people rock. When they make a well thought out, interesting post about blogging, and include an offer of contracting work to me. That rocks. Speaking of, I finished off those e-zine articles, and they got signed off complete. That's $12 for three short articles that took about twenty minutes each. ($15 - rentacoder fees) Plus, it's a link to more contracting work for that e-zine.

Also, there's rumors that a local underground zine is looking to register for NPO status, and I'm on the list of people who will be directors- which bears a salary. It's also a good place to submit some of my work, art and literature.

There's a large set of "maybes" in the job front. Now they just have to be capitalized on.

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