Boombotix's founder comes into focus this week. Boy, does he have a story to tell. If you missed last week's episode, read it here. Also, my bad for not getting this out on Saturday. I spent my Friday in the thermal baths of Papallacta. Highly recommend it if you ever
Alright, all one of the 63 people that read last week's episode let me know that they have found the writing for Garage Tales to be more boring. If you're feeling that, bare with me for a bit longer. Once I properly set the stage for Boombotix, we'll get into
One thing I realized with this batch of writing is that some episodes won’t exactly be self-contained stories with a defined beginning and end. Garage Tales (the third title in three weeks) is a longer, slower-moving story. More of like a memoir of my times at Boombotix. As such
"Stories From The Garage" has become "Tales From The Garage." I feel like I haven't quite yet landed on the right title. Maybe "Garage Tales?" Sort of a play on "Duck Tales." Anyone feeling that? If you missed the intro to this series, read it here. Without further ado ... Whenever
If the story of my time at Boombotix was a book, imagine this being the introduction section. You know, the part you usually skip. Without further ado ... The stories that make their way out of the San Francisco/Silicon Valley tech scene just about always involve riches of some sort.