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Today. Tomorrow. Etcetera.

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Still down. Not out.

Back in January I added a note about progress (or lack thereof) here, in which I outlined…

My radiotherapy treatment now complete, I'm again available to resume developing this venture (albeit with seriously-depleted energy levels, of 'about zero', for the next month-or-so whilst recovering).

Clearly I spoke too optimistically, subsequently adding a corrective update in which I noted that while still not fully healthy I was working on background parts of the project, and expected this to continue for a further month-or-two.

Again, this was over-optimistic… and, in something mentioned purely for information (not sympathy), mid-June I'm still 'flat, restricted in what I can do' [like walking the twelve paces to the kitchen without becoming exhausted], and was recently advised that (because of my ongoing meds) such weakness/fatigue could well continue for months.

[Pull yourself together man? Already done, and there's a limit to what's possible.]

So, hhhmmmm…

Pragmatically, with recovery slower than expected/hoped and on the basis that 'this might be as good as I get for a while', things here can remain as-is… a working demo, paused until I'm well-enough to work properly again.

It'd have been nice to have this thing begin to be used.
And the income would be welcome.
Oh well, double-bummer.

When activity here resumes, I'll continue to operate this more like a hobby (it's not) than a business (it is)…

Preferring something which is artistically good rather than simply commercially expedient, things here'll be 'more human, gentler+slower rather than leaner-meaner, etcetera'.

With the 'concept/tech set-up work' done, 'next' is the relatively simple (but not easy) stuff of promotion/marketing… which'll be undertaken in relatively relaxed manner.

And I'll neither rush, nor apologise for being 'unbusiness-like'.

Anyway…

Good biz talk, classic music—sounds like a plan.
What could possibly go wrong?

'Several months later (Nov 3, 2019) update…

Health has continued to decline, and so I'll revisit this project in the new year.

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