Early Days

Having gone through the pain of migrating this blog to another CMS, I took the opportunity to dig way back into my own history of publishing stuff on the web. The post below was originally written on bryanboyer.com and has been replicated here as a reminder to myself that I’ve been doing this for some time now. 12 years!

OK. I have to make a confession. I’ve been keeping a secret. Of course, as secrets go on the internet this may or may not actually be a secret to you (and, now that I think of it, probably isn’t).

Right. In January I’m moving to Austin to co-found a startup with Ben and Lane.

So, you ask, what are we building? Well I really do wish I could tell you but that would ruin all of the fun. It’s going to be good and it’s going to have a matching cocktail to go along with it. Our company’s name will not include “.com”, “net”, “web”, “inter”, or “compu.” Those are bad words.

There, that’s it. Kind of anti-climactic wasn’t it?


Less than one week till Soycon99 (tagline: “Die with Pie in 99″) otherwise known as Farmhouse2K otherwise known as ICon.


Over and Out.

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