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Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Little Corner of Cornwall in the Depths of Autumn

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Kennall Vale Mills in Cornwall is the site of an old gunpowder mill that was shut down in 1914 and has been reclaimed by the woods around it. We visited it in summer with friends and resolved to return in autumn, as anything pretty in green is even prettier in shades of yellow, orange and red! I’m reading Robin Hobb’s … Continue reading

The Business Side of Technomading: Our Automated Business Model has Died a Death and that’s OK

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I kicked off our new blog series on the business side of technomading with a tongue-in-cheek self-deprecating little ditty on the evolution of our business. To summarise, for all you late-comers (you know who you are) we started out with the grand and slightly naive plan of creating an automated iPhone app business (the apps sell themselves, you see) which … Continue reading

Launching Our New Blog Series: The Business Side of Technomading

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It occurred to me the other day that we should be blogging about our software development business, A Tasty Pixel — our hopes for it, our progress, our setbacks. Is it madness that this only occurred to me 15 months into our technomading lifestyle?! At the moment our business is absolutely all-consuming. Five months ago we decided to stop travelling … Continue reading