I'm on my way to Maine this afternoon, which means I've been too busy packing and stuff to write a good post. Oh well - happens to the best of them.
A few people have recently asked about the song I made for Mystery, so I thought I'd post it so that people can rock out appropriately over the weekend.
I heard that he actually has this on an mp3 player and plays it for girls in the field... pretty funny. I don't know if a lot of it will make sense to people who don't know Mystery or haven't read The Game, but you can pretend.
Anyway... off to Maine now. I'll write out some good stories on the plane. Here's what's coming up soon :
Have a great weekend, and if you're looking for something interesting to read, check out Pissed and Petty. The story about swimming in the pond is pretty hilarious.
Recently Donovan over at Attraction Chronicles interviewed me. People here are always asking me to post pickup related stuff, but I tend to stay away from it in general. So if you're one of those people, you can read the interview.
It has a couple stories from the field, as well as some advice and back story on my involvement in the pickup community. Right now the most popular outgoing link from Donovan's site is the link to my page, so if you are one of the people who found me from there, bookmark the site and check out my story about how I got into pickup. If you read The Game, then it's basically a prequel to my part of the story.
I actually got an article out every single day this week, and I still have a couple left to publish I think. Also I'm going to Maine this weekend so I'll be writing a few more stories while I'm on the plane. Have a great weekend and remember : only YOU can prevent monkey smuggling.
I just finished facilitating Startup Weekend: Iowa City. This is the 5th Startup Weekend event I've facilitated, but probably the 14th or so I've been to.
I've mostly been to larger events - New York City, Seattle, Atlanta, DC - that draw 100+ people. But this was a smaller event, about 25 attendees. (This was actually my second "small" event, my first being a few weeks ago in Louisville, Kentucky.).
And I think I like the smaller events better.
On Friday night, I went through the usual facilitator song and dance. We had some great local speakers, we played Rock, Paper, War, and then we kicked off the pitches.