November 25, 2010
A moment to give thanks.
to my family who put up with my working into the wee hours and spending time away to attend and help organize events. Love you guys!
to those of you who attend my little events around Nashville like Geek Breakfast and Nashcocktail. Without you they wouldn’t be much fun. Thanks for coming and for continuing to come.
to you my blog reader and especially those who leave comments. I don’t look at the analytics often here, but I know you’ve been here when I see your comments. I truly appreciate them and for you taking the time to read and share my blog posts with your friends and colleagues. Thanks.
to you if you’ve signed up for my email newsletter. Many of you have and that really excites me. I plan to have the first one our before the end of the year. I hope you enjoy it. Cheers.
to all innovative designers and developers who make the Web such an amazing place to be. Without slick user interfaces and poetic code users simply wouldn’t remain. The web would be a bit of a ghost town. Keep up the great work!
to my Twitter followers, not the spambots or people trying to sell me things, but to those who take the time to reply to me. I’ve often compared Twitter to a cocktail party, it’s always a fun place to meet lots of great people and to see old friends. Thanks for the follow and the messages.
to my friends who have liked my page on Facebook. I know I need to spend more time there, it’s something I plan to do soon.
to my less wired, less geeky friends. You put the RL in I Really Like you too.
Overall, I really want to thank you. You put the social in my social media. Without you there wouldn’t be much point to everything I do, so thanks.
Have a great and happy Thanksgiving. If you’re reading this from the Great White North or elsewhere, you know I’m thankful of you too!
Photo from Flickr by: chrisdejabet