It’s no secret that I’ve been out of the online and offline loop for over three months.
I’ll eventually tell you why, but the theories and rumors surrounding the absence are probably more interesting and entertaining than the actual truth.
No, I was not hired for the Obama Campaign. I did not help establish the future political platform 2.0 to turn America around. Barack should still feel free to call, though.
No, I did not lose it all in the great Crunch. Credit Crunch or Tech Crunch 50, I never get invited. I don’t discriminate.
No, Pownce did not hire me. That fail train already left for euthanasia station without me.
The actual factual truth is that I was busy keeping a company afloat, thinking forward and expanding at a time where time and resources were getting record scarce, saving and securing workplaces and business for the future.
It paid off, though. We’re solid. Golden. Sorted. Awsun, akshully.
However, I’ll drink that glass of champagne with you later.
It’s hard to be enthusiastic left with a head stuck through several brick walls, wondering what the hell life is all about, desperately in need of a timeout.
I do honestly and sincerely apologize to anyone who tried to mail or call me in the last months. I feel like human manure. I’m finally getting around to you. I am so sorry that I did not tend to you earlier.
I am getting back to you. You mean a lot to me. No, seriously. You do. Hold on to that little speck of trust that you may still have in me.
If anything, I’m proof positive that information do indeed flow back out of black holes.
Update: I’ve posted some of the lessons I learned from the experience.