So it’s been a while since the last blog. I promised myself I wouldn’t let this lag so much, but it’s so much easier to update folks on Facebook and Twitter. Does anyone even read these blogs?
Oh well. Anyways a lot has happened since the last blog. If you’re a fan of our Facebook page and you follow us there then you probably know that we now have office space! We signed a 1-year lease on a 1200 sq. ft. complex at 69 St. Michael St. in Downtown Mobile. It wasn’t where we wanted to be exactly, as we rather would’ve preferred being on Dauphin St. or just off Dauphin St. at a high traffic location, but the reality is we don’t really need foot traffic for our business. The other locations we were scouting didn’t pan out quite as we hoped, and we settled for the spot that is way off the beaten path… but we kind of like it that way now.
So we talked with the festival organizer today ab out shooting some footage for Woofstock and we got the green light, and they were excited about it! And you know what? We are, too. For one, we love dogs. I mean who doesn’t? The only people who don’t like dogs are cat people, and no one likes cat people…
Okay, that’s not true. I know many cat people and like all of them, and their cats. I apologize to any wonderful cat people out there. Let’s stop talking about cats, though!
So I installed TweetDeck on the ole computer here to manage my own personal Twitter account (@LoganBowes, which I use for fun), as well as Jolt’s twitter account (which you can see the feed of to the right, @JoltProductions) and my new JoltLogan account (@JoltLogan) which I will be using to post Jolt related updates that are related to the work I’m personally doing. Hopefully I can convince the other two knuckleheads to follow suit, but I digress.
I installed TweetDeck which is a Social Networking Management application. If there’s anyone like me (or us, as a company) that has more than one Twitter account, this is a legendary program to have access to. You can add accounts to your program and post Twitter updates from your desktop without having to log into twitter.com, which is a real nightmare if you have more than one account that you use on a regular occasion.