Selling a Piece of Blue Sky, Part 3: Route Banal

This entry is part 8 of 4 in the series Selling a Piece of Blue Sky

The third and final, painfully dull painting, the ever popular “The Hunt”. Horses, hounds and constipated British lords. Some smartass spoke about the banality of evil. If that’s true, then we’ve in the 7th circle of hell. (turns off tape recorder and pauses, then turns it back on) It does have its charms. Mike Enslin […]

Selling a Piece of Blue Sky, Part 2: Dread Letter Day

This entry is part 13 of 4 in the series Selling a Piece of Blue Sky

So, my first meeting with Benjamin was at a Starbucks. Now, let me make it clear, I’m not a big fan of Starbucks. Being someone starting a co-op, I’m more interested in supporting locally owned, small coffee shops. If I had it my way, I’d have suggested a few local coffee shops such as Mugs […]

Selling a Piece of Blue Sky, Part 1: Pointless Insertion

This entry is part 12 of 4 in the series Selling a Piece of Blue Sky

This is a series I’m writing about my time with Global Social Media Marketing, a company I joined as a web developer in 2018. It’s also the tale of how I decided to stop being a freelance web developer. If you’re interested in how this all kicked off, check out the Prologue. Joining Up You […]

A Quick Update

Just so you know, I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth. I’m still planning to release the next part of “Selling a Piece of Blue Sky” but I’m currently swamped with finishing up the Elysium Studios website. I’m also working with the artists on the project to finish up the trailer so we […]

On Migrating to ProtonMail: The Importer

So, since yesterday, I started moving my e-mail from older e-mail accounts to my brand new, shiny ProtonMail account. Now, I’ve already migrated my v@vero.moe account to ProtonMail from G Suite and it was relatively painless. However, I also have an older e-mail account with over ten years worth of e-mails that I’m currently importing. […]

Selling a Piece of Blue Sky, Part 0: Prologue

This entry is part 11 of 4 in the series Selling a Piece of Blue Sky

This is a series I’m writing about my time with Global Social Media Marketing, a company I joined as a web developer in 2018. It’s also the tale of how I decided to stop being a freelance web developer. The goal of this story is to discuss my time with Global Social Media Marketing (or […]