Some times you make them. Some times you can't
Here at Team Phoenicia, we have been incredibly busy. What few people realize is hist how much leg work We are hoping that we can share some of those agreements and progress with all of you quite soon. Despite the lack of information up here on our blogs, there are a vast number of events happening in the background. Things. Are. Crazy. Whatever you may think, this is a full time job. No, its more than that. Its a complete and utter chronovore. A cruel and brutal one at that.
That said, we did get a visit into SpaceUp San Francisco. Steve Berl, our lead programmer, made an appearance at SpaceUp San Francisco. His appearance was rather informal and he did some Q&A on the team and participated in a panel on the GLXP with some of the other teams. It was Steve's first appearance as a representative of the Team. We are sure he did a great job. He joins Will, Mel, Anand and Curt as people that have stood in for the team at various conferences and whatnot.
We had hoped we would get our Team Leader to Space Access '12 to discuss what we are doing and how we are tying into the NewSpace industry, but outside forces conspired against him and he was unable to make the trip. He has a presentation and will be putting it online with a voice over. For those with questions, please, by all means, ask them either before the prezo is up or afterwards. We will see if we can do a public web telecon or some such for those that want to participate if there is sufficient interest. We want to make up for missing the conference. We promised to be there and the world didn't play nice with our intentions.
That said, going forward we have a lot more information to share. Even more than what was in the presentation. We hope to have some major reveals coming in the next month. And, no, we can't say what those are at this point. We'd hate to jinx them!