Starting Up is the hard part

12 Jun

Can I call this day one?

It’s not day one for much, but it is a first post. And I’m hoping not the last

What is this blog about?

I’m sure that it will be a number of things. I can imagine that I’ll complain about things here from time to time (perhaps even most of the time I’ll have a complaint about something – but I will try be be temperate). It’s meant to be the diary of a startup company though, that’s the main focus. What does it take day-to-day to start a company and get it going?

That’s why it’s difficult to call this day one. I conceived of this company about a year ago and starting working on it then, but not much has really happened other than a lot of ‘getting ready.’ Major objectives that have been:

1. I completed the launch of, a website containing links to our company information, products and ideas.

2. I designed and developed a couple of very simple apps  – this is a lot harder than it sounds, no matter how simple you think those apps are. Why is this?

         Well, Apple requires that you be a legal company (we are now: DownHouse Software LLC)



One response to “Starting Up is the hard part

  1. downhousesoftware

    June 12, 2012 at 8:56 pm

    oops. I posted by accident and I’m only about 1/4 of the way through my intro. Well, I have to go now anyway (I’m a full time stay at home dad and my son is ready to come home from day camp). Hold my feet to the fire… I’ll be back with more. In the meantime, check out our website and also our Facebook page (I’ll post that address later, but just search downhousesoftware). But most importantly, download our apps (they’re not much… I mean REALLY, not much). I promise to post more tonight and then every day from then on…. or at least I will if at least one person is out there listening – even sometimes.



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