Saturday, October 06, 2007

New business, new website, new blog

It looks like my wife and I will be taking possession of our new building on December 3rd, 2007. We are expanding our Accounting practice and we are pretty excited about it.

We are currently working on a business website and a business blog. I will let those people who read this blog know where my new blog and website are in case you are interested...

I will not be allowing anonymous comments on my new blog.

Mike Sylvester

7 comments:

James Fitch said...

That sounds great

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the progress.

Robert Enders said...

Couple thoughts:
1. If anyone can make a blog about accounting interesting, it would be you.
2. Anonymous comments are half the fun! Just as you can't have a good story without conflict, you can't have a good blog withour a conflicting point of view.

Karen Goldner said...

Congrats.

Charlotte A. Weybright said...

Not allowing anonymous comments doesn't take away the conflict - it just enhances it so you know who is in the conflict and who is not afraid of supporting his or her point of view.

Scott Greider said...

Do I recall you telling me your new office building was downtown???

LP Mike Sylvester said...

Scott:

Nope. It is up north by my house!

Mike

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