By Jason Snell
September 19, 2014 4:36 PM PT
Big week, huge week!
This is the end of day three of me sitting in a chair in my garage and writing things and doing podcasts and calling that my job, instead of sitting in an office building in San Francisco and doing various things and calling that my job.
It started in Portland, where I was attending the excellent XOXO festival. On the plane up I wrote a farewell to Macworld print for The Verge. After XOXO was over, I took the train to Seattle with Glenn and along the way wrote my iPhone 6/6 Plus review for Macworld.
On the flight down from Seattle on Tuesday I wrote the first of five pieces I’ve written for Six Colors this week, then rushed home and launched the site the moment the Apple embargo lifted. Simultaneously I posted the first episode of the Upgrade podcast over at Relay FM.
Finally, today I posted the first episode of a new TV podcast with Tim Goodman, the chief television critic at The Hollywood Reporter.
It was also Parents’ Night at my daughter’s middle school this week. I don’t think I mentioned that.
Or to put it another way, this was the first week of the rest of my life. Thanks to all of you for joining me on the ride.
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