(This is a now page, and if you have your own site, you should make one, too.)
I found out this week I’ve been selected as a speaker for the inaugural WordCamp DC next month. So I’m working hard on my presentation at the moment.
After 2 years in Fort Myers, Florida (with splitting time the last twelve months between the DC metro and SWFL), I just finished my move back to Virginia full time. 27 hours in a moving truck full of vinyl records and basses (and some furniture), and towing a Karmann Ghia. Luckily, I had my brother, Todd, join me on the trip. We arrived in northern Virginia on 5/30.
This transition from Florida to Virginia was for a lot of reasons: being close to loved ones again and re-establishing my web consulting business back in the DC area were the two primary ones.
After being separated from my vinyl for much of the year, I’m back to spinning records non-stop. Unpacking 1,000 records helped rediscover some music I’d forgotten about.
I’m finally working on a project I’ve been thinking about for years and set out to do 2-3 years ago. On the advice of some friends, I’m working on a site that’s all about music discovery – and my obsession with music, and specifically collecting vinyl. The project is called Corey Spins. I can’t wait to launch this one.
This update was June 15th, 2017.