It's hard to believe it has been two years. I feel compelled to note, for other readers/writers who may not know, The Company Therapist had been in the works for a year before the launch. I was about to say that makes it closer to three, but I suppose you could count the first year like a pregnancy, it doesn't count until you are out in the world.
I often think that we are living in such interesting times*, being witnesses and participants in this new form of expression and communication. I wonder how the history books will treat us all.
I would hope that TCT will be noted for it's quality and tenacity in a time when the web is innundated with commercialism and hype. The Werby's may even be seen as visionaries, understanding the true potential of this media.
Of course, history will also say, "What! they never got paid?"
Somewhere in all of this is a moral, about persuing projects for the work, the art and the joy of doing them. If you are only interested in the bottom line, you will never rise above it.
So let's all raise a glass to Christopher and Olga! For their vision, their efforts and for making the web a better place to live.
Karen a.k.a. The anonymous faxer (missing in action, for the moment)
* This is an old Chinese curse "may you live in interesting times"