Pushing on a few things

The past bit has been difficult to focus on Knowsi. It turns out that working from home with a newborn is a challenge, and since the runway was getting a bit shorter I've started consulting a bit to cover things (though it's the kind of work I love, so that's alright).

Knowsi is continuing to do alright, with semi regular bug fixes and additions. Thankfully people are using the platform, so bugs are being found and addressed, but we're still a while from prime time.

I've gotten offers for pitching and meetups through various channels, but the big thing I'm finding is that time related to consulting commitments as well means that I can't jump on those opportunities. In this case, I don't think they were the right things, but all told, the side hustle piece is proving to be a good lesson in opportunity cost.

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