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FRONTIER POP ISSUE 3, VOLUME 1: THE FUTURE? WEEK OF 08/03/10 TO 08/09/10

THE FUTURE?

Passinault ponders the future as he works on projects which will change your world.

THE FUTURE? : Current Issue, Issue 3, Volume 1, for Tuesday, August 3, 2010. New Issue published every Tuesday, and updated throughout the week. Next issue due online August 10, 2010.

Thoughts:

080310-0801 - Passinault: Annoyed because support work for an advanced array of photography marketing web sites, which will resolve my SEO 2008 photography and design business online marketing issue, will require at least 100 pages of content, and more than a month of work. Guess what brand new, cool web site has to be scaled back because of my limited time? Guess what I'll be busy working on for the next month or so- every single day? Read up for more, my peeps!


INITIALIZING

ISSUE INTRODUCTION BY EDITOR AND PUBLISHER C. A. PASSINAULT

Putting the “F” in Frontier Pop.... One thing is for certain: Creating the future take a lot of time, and that means that there will be less time for Frontier Pop the rest of the summer. Sure, we'll update every week, but the issues will be small. Rest assured that, soon, the issues will be much larger, and the time spent elsewhere is a mandatory investment which will give Frontier Pop the support, and the future, that it deserves.

Oh, my. It’s the third issue of Frontier Pop, and already I had to make cuts to the workflow of our issues; some issues that have come up in the past month have become more pressing, and Frontier Pop Issue 3the reality of the situation has been making me use the “F” word, a lot, whenever I want to work on Frontier Pop. I only have eight hours a week or so to work on Frontier Pop, if I’m lucky, and being very busy with my photography and design business is really cutting into the time that I can spend writing features and articles. I really, really don’t believe in skimping on content or in taking shortcuts, so if I don’t have time to do something right, with the proper effort that the job rightfully deserves, then I’ll hold off until I can.
Also, keep in mind that the site launched early. So, for a while, the issue will mainly be limited to a blog-like page of content each week. When I have more time, I’ll start promoting feature articles and such. Also, features such as articles, and out readers letters, will be limited to once a month, I’m afraid.
Additionally, keep in mind that I’m doing a ton of support work for Frontier Pop, both on the web site itself, and on my other web sites. It’s taking a lot of time.
So..... the first two issues were a preview to what is to come. Frontier Pop will be updated, at least, once a week, matching the content and the efforts of our closest competition, and that will have to do until I can free up more time to work on the site.
Frontier Pop is my most important site, now, however, and I’m in this for the long-term, even if I can’t spare the time that I want to. Seriously, I’m really tied up with critical work. My photography and design business, which will give Frontier Pop, and my other sites, the support that they need, is really taking up 90% of my time right now. I’ll explain more below.
And, with that, welcome to the third issue of Frontier Pop, which asks some important questions about the future. Some of the answers will be revealing, I’m sure.
Eventually, I’ll have the time that I need to do what I want, and need, to do. I promise.


IN THIS ISSUETampa modeling portfolios, model testing, and modeling portfolio photography.

Editorial: Pending
Editor and Publisher C. A. Passinault posts a new editorial.

I’m creating the future, and I’ll make it clear soon as things are revealed.

Today, people are clueless. In the future, however, it’s really up to them.

I75 sucks. Issues with the Interstate have long annoyed me, but the past two months have simply pissed me off. An ongoing lack of communication between the Florida department of transportation and the commuter is one issue, but the other component of this perfect storm of headaches would be IDIOT, RUDE, INCONSIDERATE, ASSHOLE drivers who don’t read signs, and who stay in the lanes that are closing ahead until the last possible second, creating a traffic jam that could easily be avoided. Human psychology, perception, and poor communication at work, people! We live in a society of lemmings, where most people are ignorant, often willfully, and are stupid because they refuse to think for themselves.

DJ Frontier is back. Well, I will resume my DJ career soon. Just adjusted my Tampa DJ Blog, and that blog has stuff on it that you’re not aware of, or which you will read anywhere else. Clues to my future, and the future of the entertainment industry, are within this blog.

We need fuel! Actually my projects all require a healthy flow of support resources and money. The resource infrastructure is now ready, after many years of hard work. The money issue will be solved this summer. Things will finally get going.

The Frontier Pop Letters Section for August 2010!
The debut of our Frontier Pop Reader Letters section is finally here. We didn’t get a lot of letters, but it’s a start.

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ELSEWHERE - TAMPA BAY SCENE:

Frontier Pop is not responsible for any site that we link to, as they are owned by other parties, unless otherwise noted.

There is nothing which caught our interest this week in the Tampa Bay scene. Check back next week for news of something worth checking out, we hope. At any rate, make sure that you think twice before supporting any charities (see our new Charity Scam section), as about half of them make money for the organizers at the expense of the cause that they claim to be supporting. Don’t enable, or support, a scam, as the people who do charity scams are bad people.

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ELSEWHERE - NEWS AND CURRENT EVENTS:

Updated this week....
I'm working on things. Really.

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THE LATEST UPDATES AND NEWS ON OUR SUPPORTING WEB SITES AND COMPANIES

Tampa Bay Modeling updated.

The Tampa DJ Blog updated.

Tampa Bay Photographers and DJ Wiz Kid .Com domain names renewed!


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Evil Nolan Evil Nolan - Posted 08/03/10: 0833

Ah HA! I knew that you could not keep up all the work to support your too-ambitious, evil plans for Frontier Pop! Frontier Pop is a failure! Me and my minions don’t have to worry about Frontier Pop putting us out of business, Passinault! Hell, half of your articles don’t even work. There is hardly anything to read here now. I laugh at your misfortune, and knew that you would fail and go away!


PUBLISHED 08/03/10

UPDATED 11/10/10

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