by Michael D. Sellers
The three days since I got back from the Bahamas have gone by in a blur, and I apologize for not blogging on Wednesday and Thursday. I’ve just been going nonstop from 5:30 AM each day……but it’s Friday now and one thing I will try to really always do is put out a Friday end-of-week wrapup, especially if I’ve been at all light in my blogging during the week.
The level of intensity of the WeEarth enterprise right now is almost as high as being in the middle of a film production. And in this I’m not even referring to the WeEarth site that’s visible now — this is about the “real deal” final full-on WeEarth that is being developed offline in the background, and which, when it launches on Earth Day (April 22nd), will combine all the functions of webzine/portal, social network, ecommerce, and video hosting. There are essentially three legs to the WeEarth development group — our team here in-house, the Stir Communications Team, and the Onesite team. To facilitate communication we have everyone on an “extranet” and there are over 100 messages, comments, file uploads, etc happening every day and at least 2-3 conference calls a day. I am very proud of our team in pulling this together, and am very excited about the prospects. Here is a screen grab which gives you a sense of how the “real deal” site is shaping up (click on the image to see it full sized)