Moving on

I survived the first week at my new job in Chicago!

On Friday, I took occupancy of an apartment about 3 blocks from work in a fantastic location for my needs – it couldn’t have worked out better.

What does this mean for StreamingRadioGuide?   I’m  not completely sure.  Most likely it means that in about a month, the web site will be down for about three days while I drive from Connecticut to Chicago.  It could mean that it goes away (not likely), or I figure out a way to migrate the web site to perhaps a web hosting service.  Ironically, I’m probably going to be living only a few miles from the big web hosting service where the site used to be.

The one certain thing is I won’t have the time to maintain the data and won’t be able to rotate my daily schedule to cycle through all 24 hours during the month.



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5 Responses to Moving on

  1. WesternMA says:

    Best wishes on the new phase of your life. I hope all goes well.
    Like everyone else, I am so very grateful to you for the SRG website. It has become my avocation for the last several years. While I do hope it continues…in some form…I know only to well it was a 24/7 job for you.

    But……………..Chicago…………….really? Hope it’s a good job

  2. briand75 says:

    Art –
    Watch out for Rahm-bo and his minions. You aren’t in Kansas anymore.

    Congratulations – best wishes for all good things happening!

  3. Mark says:

    Congratulations on the move and job. Chicago is home to Steadfast Networks (, a high-quality, reasonably priced hosting company. I’ve used them several times for projects at my company and have always been impressed.

  4. Baldy says:

    Congratulations! I hope the job and the new life are all you hope for. On a personal note, I have greatly appreciated all the work you do here on your blog, and the radio site. I have had much enjoyment listening to countless stations that I never would have stumbled upon before.

  5. ct7aja2 says:

    Congratulations on the job. Speaking for myself, I realize the site is just a hobby so I just roll with it.

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