Well I've pretty much finished up a new site that I've been working on, nyfirearms.com. I've been on vacation in Ireland, and because of the time change, I'm not able to get to sleep early at all. Instead of wasting the time, I just kept working on trying to get the site ready to launch. After some frustrating work with WordPress and Simple Machines Forums, I've been able to get to the site to a point where I can start inviting people to visit it.
The site is a blog and forum dedicated to the ownership, laws, and politics of firearms in New York State. I, along with some other firearms enthusiasts, will be updating the site with news, reviews, and other content. So please check out the site over at www.nyfirearms.com and let me know what you think!
Well, I just recently returned from California, after visiting with the Rice Boy Media guys. Ricky Chu, John Naderi, and Mike Robleto, formerly of Super Street Magazine, have started up RiceBoyTV.com, an online TV and media site.
Considering these guys are some of the top-notch media professionals in the industry, I was not surprised to see their following and how well the site is doing, having only been launched for a short time now. I had an incredible time at their office, and felt very welcome.
Their site is all about the import and motorsports culture, ranging from feature car reviews to model interviews, and even racing coverage. They do a great job of adding humor with factual coverage and they have a wealth of knowledge to share with the world. I can recommend, first-hand, that their knowledge is deep and the site definitely shows this!
On to the good news! I, as Technotic Media, will be providing graphic design services for RiceBoyTV.com, as well as some vinyl graphics jobs, and possibly some video work into the future. I'm hoping to be able to help them out on the east coast, as well as take some of the work load off of them. They welcomed me as part of their team, and I think this is a great start to, hopefully, a great strategic partnership between Rice Boy Media and Technotic Media. Additionally, I will be taking over administration of their forums, hoping to clean it up and focus it on content to complement the main site.
Visit their site at www.riceboytv.com and be sure to check out their forums as well!