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Heads up: I do not work at UserLand anymore. People have been calling me and sending me e-mails about this, so this should set the record straight. Final resolution of my departure isn’t over with yet, so no details will be released until then, if ever.
In the meantime, I am going to work on building the Weblog Network, K-Logs, and more. Also, if any company is interested in hiring (as a consultant, part-timer, or as a full-timer) somebody who has sold over $1/2 m in weblog software to companies, small businesses, educational institutions, and individuals, please send me a note: firstname.lastname@example.org BTW: There is a huge amount of forward motion in the weblog world from organizations that will pay real money (this answers Scoble’s question) ;->