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    Thursday
    Aug182011

    Forgotten, But Not Abandoned

    Well, of course, I have forgotten all about the blog. Last time I wrote, I was waiting for a word from the publisher. Since then, the following has happened:

    - I turned down the first publishing offer.

    - I told the second company that I do not want to wait, and will self-publish.

    - I set up print-on-demand publishing with Lulu. 

    - I set up my Lulu account (going through some minor technical annoyances.. but all is well that ends well...)

    - Received my proof - the first ever professionally printed but not bound copy of my book.

    - Set up Insantpublisher.com - bulk printing, ordering some copies for sale to the first bulk purchaser.. and some copies for myself.

    - Sent out book launching email on 8/1/11.

    - received 200+ congrats from the email recepients.

    - Officially closed down SF office.

    - Moved into a two times bigger office in Campbell.

    - Scheduled 5 seminars at various Bay Area law schools. 

    So, I guess it's been a busy summer (the above doesn't include doing actual legal work, you know, the stuff that feeds me and pays my bills...) 

    But here I am. Working on the new Independence Track website. Playing around with various business models, payment structures, website templates. I think I will just turn this into the new Independence Track site...

    OK, now that we're all caught up... Stay tuned for more excited changes sure to happen soon!

     

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