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been a relatively quiet late January here at Happy Media. And
yet, we have been very productive. Since you last heard from us,
we have acquired LessDrag.com, GreatNumber.com and TheNewPlace.com (closing soon), among others. We have expanded our relationships with several strategic partners, and
built out a rubberized floor for the Production Arm facility.
will be relatively picture-free for a while, in a transparent effort to increase our output
as the Production Arm Production Manual nears completion. The book codifies and deploys in concrete terms what we have learned in the many years Happy Media has been developing media and servings clients. The primary focus of the book, our 3rd, is on Web Production, Print Production, Image Production, Name Production, Document Production, and Office Production. The book will also serve as the training manual for the next generation of Happy Media people, as well as a useful primer for our clients, colleagues, and partners. At the bottom a brief excerpt from the text.
Calvin Washington over at Perfect Investments will be representing dozens of our Proprietary Assets in February. Drop him a line if you have any questions about these domains this month. The group includes:
Also, we have recently received offers for
Whomp.com, WaitWhat.com, AwkwardQuestion.com, Advertron.com, and
CashFlash.com. Top revenue generators during this time have been
Utipro.com, HomeAnnex.com, Skillmax.com, and GoodHomes.com.
EXCERPT FROM THE PRODUCTION MANUAL
We've built a singular workview in that time, based on certain timeless fundamentals, and a touch of personal (provincial) style. Efficient, clean, and professional. It extols the benefit of the product, gets the job done, and keeps it simple, stupid (K.I.S.S).We have designed more than 700 logos. And the standards/conventions stay the same, regardless of the whether the logo is a one-off to be used on one page, or a brand-maker used to sell an entire Retail Product Line. The design should be simple, stupid...and it should extol the benefits of the product. Or at the very least, stay the hell out of the way. The modern retail consumer will not be swayed by sophisticated graphics.
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