Happy New Decade! Hoot!

Mon, 4 Jan 2010

Happy New Year to you all! I hope that you have had a fantastic holiday season.

I've spent the last few days visiting friends and family, now I'm back in 'The Office' and making plans for the new year. I've got loads of ideas for new models and new mechanisms that I want to try.

I've also got interesting plans for the website. I've had the subscription system up and running for around seven weeks now and I've been bowled over by the positive response. Thank you to everyone who has subscribed! I'm hoping to build on this initial success in the New Year with new models and new features for subscribers.

I'm really looking forward to the year ahead!

In the next few days I'll be releasing the Hoot model shown here. While I'm completing it I'm planning the next model and doing a bit of work on the website.

Happy New Year!

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Comments (6)

  • Ron January 4, 2010 at 5:11 pm

    Happy New Year to you too,

    Happy New Year to you too, can’t wait to see the rest of what you’ve got in store for us this year.

  • Deal January 4, 2010 at 6:56 pm

    Rob, looks like the new year

    Rob, looks like the new year is really going to be a hoot! Love the owl. Can’t wait. And boy! Do we ever like the subscription plan. Thanks . But I don’t know why I always have to do a word verification before responding to the workshop notes – why is my response always thought to be SPAM? Does everyone go through this?

    –Deal

    • robives January 4, 2010 at 7:52 pm

      Thanks guys!
      Does everyone

      Thanks guys!

      Does everyone else have to do a word verification before they can leave a comment? Let me know and Ill look into it.

      • Shelley Noble January 4, 2010 at 7:58 pm

        No word verification for my

        No word verification for my comments. But it does say my comment is held for approval. fyi

        • robives January 4, 2010 at 8:59 pm

          I think I might have sorted

          I think I might have sorted the comments out. Shelley, I think that you weren’t logged in – do you normally use Nobledesign rather than Shelley Noble?

  • Shelley Noble January 4, 2010 at 7:58 pm

    “New year a hoot!” That’s

    "New year a hoot!" That’s funny!

    So exciting to see the new models you’ll be creating, Rob. This is unprecedented access to a magician!

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