All good things must come to an end, and the same is true for my blog.
If I've seemed disjointed these past few weeks, it's because I've been weighing a proposal involving my blog, its content and readership.
The great thing about blogging is - it helps us communicate with the masses about things that are sometimes entirely too personal.
We can shout from the rooftops our greatest heartaches, our biggest triumphs, our fears and our failures.
Since I started KRM in August, 2004, I've had the pleasure of sharing so many special things - and I am so grateful you've been here to listen.
If you're reading this, then you know technology is moving at warp speed. People are connecting in so many different capacities that we had no idea would exist just five years ago.
And in five years, life will be infinitely different than it is now.
Yamada Denki is a massive consumer electronics retailer in Japan, selling cameras and computers as well as books.
Here's where my blog fits in.
Yamada Denki is exploring ways to bring content to live streaming technology. The way it's explained to me, they want to develop something that's kind of like Choose Your Own Adventure, but for blogs. Somehow, this technology would fuse other pop culture references like movies, television and music to complement blog text.
The company wants to buy my content because they think it is easily relatable to the library of music, movies and television copyrights they've attained.
My attorney, Candace Klein, has read over the proposal, and advises me to go for it.
Which means, my blogging must come to an end. At least for now.
I plan on launching a new blog in the days and weeks ahead. I hope you all continue to read the crazy content I dish up.
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