Jan 082008
 

Happy 2008, folks! This is officially my 200th blog post, and although this has become mostly a “news” blog, I like sharing my agency news and will continue to do so.

I want to thank everyone who has put his or her faith in me over the last three years. I’m having a great time in doing this on my own and I couldn’t do it without great clients.

I’m happy to announce a few new first books!

Congratulations to USA Today finance columnist Matt Krantz on the publication of his first book, Investing Online for Dummies, from Wiley.

Congratulations to Swain Scheps on the publication of his first solo book, Business Intelligence for Dummies, also from Wiley.

Congratulations to expert Lynda.com video trainer Chad Perkins on the release of his first book, Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended for 3d and Video, from Adobe Press/Peachpit.

Congratulations to David Boles on the publication of his newest book, Picture Yourself Learning Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard, just released by Course Technology.

Congratulations to John Paul Mueller on completing his newest book, Administering Windows 2008 Server Core, coming in February from Sybex.

Congrats also to Barrie Sosinsky on completing his newest book, Windows Server 2008 Implementation and Administration, also from Sybex.

Congratulations to Bill Loguidice and Matt Barton on the second article (of six, eventually) in their Gaming Platforms series with Gamasutra, A History of Gaming Platforms: The Vectrex.

A big congratulations to prolific photographer and author Harold Davis and his talented designer, wife, and co-packager, Phyllis Davis, on delivering two new photography titles: the techniques title Practical Artistry: Light and Exposure for Digital Photographers, to be published by O’Reilly Media this Spring; and their new coffee table book, the gorgeous 100 Views of the Golden Gate, also publishing this Spring, from Wilderness Press.

  •  January 8, 2008
  •  Posted by at 8:19 am
  •   Comments Off on Happy New Year! Client News and Notes, January 2008
  •   Client News

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.