Zubby Newsletter – September 24, 2001

Another couple of weeks have gone by and it’s a busy time for Jimbo again. My new class has got me running around like crazy, but life in general is good. Busy, but good.

Two weekends ago, Gala and I rented a car and went to visit her mother at the farmland they’ve got just past Edmonton. It was a great chance to get away, relax and take a breather. Once we got there, I had a chance to really zone out and take things a little bit slower. It was great.

I did some sketching of the horses they have there, shot lots of digital photographs and just hung out. Even with 3+ plus hours to get there, it was well worth it.

Otherwise, there’s not much to say. Obviously, the webcomic continues. I’ve been promoting it as much as I can and slowly the audience is expanding. It’s been two weeks since the site was activated and I’ve gotten 4100 page views from just over 1000 unique visitors. That’s some pretty impressive growth. If I can keep that up, I should be able to find a healthy group of people that want to follow along with the story each week. Although the story has started slow, it kicks in more on Wednesday and starts to unveil where it’s all headed. Any feedback you’ve got would be wonderful.

Between my e-mail last time, the website announcement and the revelation that I now like tomatoes, I’ve gotten quite a bit of e-mail from people. Trust me, I don’t mind. It’s always nice hearing how everyone is or what’s new.

With that, I guess I’ll keep this one short and sweet. Until next time,


PS: Sorry if this is cryptic for most of you, but to all my friends from residence – the train left.

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