The past few months have been pretty busy here. After getting married in January and enjoying a wonderful honeymoon in St. Thomas, my wife and I came back to Brooklyn and I went right to work on two new BlogCorp client projects.
The first, called Gamezebo, launched a few weeks ago and is taking the casual gaming market by storm. Run by former Yahoo Games exec Joel Brodie, the blog seeks to be the definitive source for casual gaming news on the Internet.
The second project, DealBreaker.com, launched earlier today. It is a Wall Street gossip blog, conceived by former Gawker editor Elizabeth Spiers. She has recruited some excellent writers and is busy building a blog network that could possibly rival that of Nick Denton’s. DealBreaker is just the first of many blogs Elizabeth has plans for. Expect great things.
Besides these gigs, I’m working with Rafe Colburn on a project built on top of Ruby on Rails. It’s my first foray into the Rails architecture and so far I’m pretty impressed. More about this project when it’s mature enough to talk about publicly.
Lastly, I am starting to develop my own niche market blog-hosting service that will reside on top of the excellent Lyceum derivative of WordPress. This is another projet I’m not ready to talk about as it’s nowhere near being ready to show the public.
And last but not least I am working on a long overdue redesign of CamWorld. The current design is over three years old now, so it’s definitely time for a new one.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at March 29, 2006 01:13 PM