Just at the days come and go, the 3d printing industry does not stop. When I first started doing the podcast I was worried that I would not have enough content to talk about, but that looks is not is not the case. I have been able to get lots of articles to talk about and now that I have been doing this for 35 weeks now I have gotten to the point where recording and editing is nowhere near the laborious task it once was. What used to take me days to do now takes a few hours and it is getting better all the time. I find that I have time to do other things like gaming, and spending time with my wife. Does this mean that I have sacrificed quality, no. I like to think I have also been able to elevate the quality of my work, which I think shows with every podcast released. I am not being over confident either. I still take time and enjoy doing what I do. So as time goes on I will keep at it, though I may look at changing the release schedule a little. This is mostly to make sure I get some due time off, and I develop a new project I am working on. This will tie into the podcast and, hopefully, mean I can provide content almost 24 hours a day however I don't want to get to far into this as I still need to develop that idea more.
Thank you everyone for your support, and for stopping by.
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