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 Downhousesoftware.com, 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)