|We call him Fred, by the way.|
The Strategic Planning Group.
It was not a full-on, wall-to-wall, mass-market, throw-everything-at-it-including-the-kitchen-sink sort launch—quite the opposite, SPG’s launch was more on the QT than the rah-rah!
But even so, the response has been overwhelmingly positive, which is both thrilling, and tremendously satisfying—satisfying in the exact sense of the word: Of achieving what I had set out to do.
SPG isn’t a Blogger Blogspot, thrown together casually, as shaggy as an English sheepdog—on the contrary: The Strategic Planning Group is a polished, carefully built site, the product of several months of work and research, quite a bit of money, and conversations with dozens of experts, both in computing and in economics.
In short, I wanted to put together a tight, polished site—and judging from the Members’ reactions, I think I succeeded.
So to everyone who has joined this exciting new project, I just want to say: Thank you, and enjoy the adventure.
To those who are thinking about joining, I say: Good—better to overthink a decision than to not think about it at all.
And to those who didn’t know about SPG but want to find out more, then go check out the Membership Preview Page and FAQ.
Like Pynchon says: Keep cool, but care.