The J-web economy

Nick Ramsay had an excellent post about his officially becoming a programmer.

http://www.longcountdown.com/2009/08/26/im-a-programmer-its-official/

we want to have lives on our terms. etc.

location free. yada yada.

post outline is on p.56 of #28 notebook.

Hi Philip,
Thank you so much for contacting me. I think your nihongoup is a great tool.
And I hope it is a success.
Unfortunately I have to tell you the same thing I have been telling everyone recently:
I have no time for DailyJ at the moment. It breaks my heart to have to say that because I loved DailyJ and I loved interviewing people about their Japan-related websites and projects.
I am hoping to change things around so that I can get back to doing what I love, but right now that goal is still out of reach.
When I do return to conducting interviews I would be more than happy to interview you if you are still interested at that time.

I’m sorry that I have to let you down.
If you haven’t done so already you might want to post about nihongoup on Japansoc.com. Japansoc was/is an amazing project that I was very involved with at the early stages (my best contribution to the Japan-related web).

Sincerely,
Your fellow Japan enthusiast – Tori Johnson

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