Simply put, business is booming. Back in January I published an article about the growth going on within The Venture Platform segment of my business and since then, the rate of increase has only picked up; moreover, a similar uptick in non-tech related consulting work kicked in shortly after the New Year. The only downside to this is a reduced amount of time to dedicate toward some of the long standing annual segments here at Adaptistration.
Consequently, I’m going to have to officially let the fields go fallow for 2014 on the annual orchestra website reviews as well as the Take A Friend To The Orchestra (TAFTO) projects. Having said that, it’s not all frowny faces as the annual compensation reports are on track to be published in June, especially since we won’t be relaunching the Orchestra 990 Database Project Kickstarter until the fall.
I genuinely apologize to everyone who has been writing in asking when the orchestra website reviews are coming, although the reviews and TAFTO mean a great deal to the blog as a whole, the website reviews will always hold a special place in my blogging heart. Consequently, every effort will be made to get them back up for next season.
But perhaps most importantly, the decision to put a few projects go on sabbatical doesn’t mean we’re phoning it in, quite the contrary. There’s a good upcoming tech post on the increasing development gap between web and box office providers that will be an Advance Token To Boardwalk style read to make sure you don’t get caught on the wrong side of the fence.
In the meantime, thanks to everyone for making this one of the best culture blogs around; ultimately, it’s the readers that make an outlet great.