My good friend Scott Hawksworth invited me on his show this week to discuss the work I did earlier this summer on surveying over 1,000 users of digital audio workstations (DAWs). Scott and I discuss what goes into choosing a DAW and what the most popular DAWs are among AudioSkills users. Check it out and
With our sites online and featuring some genuine world-class content, I can finally announce that Poseidon Financial is officially in business. After more or less being “unemployed” with little to keep me busy professionally toward the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015, I am now CFO at Poseidon Financial.
I got a chance to take the controls of my buddy Clay’s DJI Phantom quadcopter over the weekend in Malibu. The mounted GoPro Hero captured some great shots. In the video below, I interview Clay as he flies his quadcopter and explains exactly what system that he has. (Sorry, the video is raw footage and
Last week, I was interviewed by my colleague Andy Hagans at MonetizePros. If you’ve been wanting to learn more about me (and MonetizePros!), check it out. I believe that this marks the first time I’ve ever been interviewed, but I think I pulled it off anyway. Thanks to Andy for the great questions!
Andy, Johnny, and I have been feverishly working on our new joint venture MonetizePros for the last few months. We just finally went public about the site a couple of weeks ago, so I wanted to post about it here. At MonetizePros, we blog about pretty much all forms of Web monetization, including ad sales,
Earlier this week, my partners and I began work on a new education site that promises to be a valuable resource for students applying to college and current college students alike. Upcoming features will likely include a national scholarship database, a blog with regular posts on financial aid tips, a newsletter, and possibly a user
I officially stepped down as president of Best Online Universities LLC at the end of last October. Since then, I have been working on getting Dotmarketer LLC back up and running again. Today I finally got around to updating the Dotmarketer Web site, which had been in a serious state of disrepair and not updated
Founded by Andy and me in June 2004 while we were living together in L.A., The Pope Blog became a worldwide sensation after the passing of Pope John Paul II in April 2005. The Pope Blog had been on hiatus since December 2006 until today, when Andy made our first blog post in over five years, posting about Pope
The ole WHdb is back at it once again. This is the web hosting database that Andy and I started in 2007, then kinda forgot about for a few years. Well, now it’s finally getting the TLC it deserves: it has a brand new (albeit very simple) design and had its soft re-launch last month
After a three- (maybe four-?) year hiatus, jimmyatkinson.com has returned. In all likelihood, the updates to be contained here will be few and far between and elicit very little excitement. (I love setting low expectations!) With that said, I’ll use this site to post some news from time to time on some of my many Internet