I'm not sure anymore what this site, or even what Halfman should be at this point.
At one point it was all about "making technology livable". Halfman is also how I make my living, which of course is something one should be fairly serious about.
Maybe much to serious, at least on the internet. Sure, I've done a lot of serious stuff, probably the world's first phone based tour of a mass grave for kids, presented to European Parliament and now work on software for intelligence officers. I'm not that serious about life though, and Halfman is somehow my life. In meetings people often say "wow, you're funny, I thought you would be really, really serious from your website".
Things are serious enough as it is though, so time for a rethink.
Then there is the portfolio. I put my work online and there it is and that is that. Its been an ongoing thing since art school and something you just do without thinking about it, but nows the time.
Why now is the time you ask? Well, all the stuff I'm really into, really have fun with and spend a lot of time working on, namely a comedy about the 1683 Siege of Vienna and then this finding myself building a business and platform around it along the way.
One thing I do know for sure is I will continue not trying to describe Halfman and the work as being 'we' as it is basically me, Jim Kosem, regular, skateboarding, rock and roller design guy, rad dad from Cleveland who's life took him to points far and few between.
Check this space though, I'll come up with something, and it better be entertaining.