I’ve moving my proam web updates from clydesmith.com to clydefsmith.com. This move is part of a larger shift in my online identity from Clyde Smith to Clyde F. Smith.
I did all my early writing, from poetry to academic research papers, as Clyde F. Smith. When I started creating websites and shifting to more commercial writing in 2001, I decided to go with Clyde Smith. It seemed simpler and there weren’t many of us online.
However I’ve decided to consolidate all writing, creative and commercial identities as Clyde F. Smith.
I’ll be occasionally updating as a simple log of my activities including active websites.
I can be contacted at clyde(at)fluxresearch(dot)com.
I'm moving my updates from this blog to Clyde F. Smith. It's part of a larger reclamation and consolidation of my pre-web writing identity with my online activities.
You can find out a bit more at From Clyde Smith to Clyde F. Smith.
See you there!
Whoa! 2 years later and things are all different.
The short version: I'm now seeking freelance writing assignments and working on DanceLand: A Place Where Dance Is Shared!
Check it out for dance news and dance videos and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.
See you there!
So I will soon be a resident of Asheville, NC and will found out what's up with that interesting little town.
I'm also considering pivoting my web focus, shutting down the remnants of my current hip hop websites and even closing the still-in-beta College Textbook News.
Hard to believe but there it is. Actually, Asheville is easy to believe. It's what happens next that's a bit harder. However, my current plans are focusing more on dance-related projects and, though some will be quite demanding, I feel like I may be entering a zone where I can accomplish quite a bit.
Asheville by mid-December. Announcements about web projects as they are ready to be announced.
Wow, thought I had everything in place and now I'm probably moving. I'll let you know when I'm settled.
Looks like I'm going to exit most of my hip hop related web activities and focus on new projects for a new decade.
Details to follow.