Tempting…

I found this on my Craigslist Telecommute search engine thingy (see below).

I Can Has Cheezburger? Looks for PHP Genius (Telecommute)

We are in the process of integrating our fast-growing WordPress blogs with our super-duper back-end (written in .NET) You will make the intarwebs a better tube for millions as we develop some amazing tools and features (we’re more than just a blog under this fur!). We offer flexible hours, a fun work environment, health benefits and freedom from the tyranny of spelllcheck. (Plus free cat pictures!)

The One and Only Technical Requirement: A deep, expert understanding of developing, deploying and managing customer-facing web sites using PHP on LAMP setups.

I can do this, but probably not while working full time on my present job. It’s nice to think that when I retire to the ocean front property and start writing my novel that I can pick up extra cash from time to time.

I Can Has Cheezburger? Looks for PHP Genius

 

Buy the Book!

I cleaned up my tab for Sonny Boy's Help Me and made it into a short book. There's a Kindle version for 99 cents, and if you buy the paperback you get the Kindle free.

Playing "Help-Me" In the Style of Sonny Boy Williamson II: A step by step, note for note analysis of some of Sonny Boy's Signature Riffs

I also write Science Fiction, so you can sample some of my best stories. Also available in Kindle format.


Error Message Eyes: A Programmer's Guide to the Digital Soul
 

 

Keith Graham's CThreePO.com Links

I started reading Science Fiction in the 1950s. I started Writing SF in the 1960s. Then, I had a life. Now I am retired, raising chickens and keeping bees. I am still an avid reader and I have sold about 70 stories in the last 20 years.
I have been collecting information about writing Science Fiction for many years now. Social media has replaced the Blog and large dedicated websites, so the pages here are mostly static. I update them from time to time.

Enjoy!


Book Reviews


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