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Home base for our company

Today, Joel and I visited ActivSpace in San Francisco's Mission District and put $ down on a space that we could call home for our company. We won't be jumping in full-force into the production game, we just need a place to call home for our LLC. Now we have an address and an official location from which we can conduct our business.
It's not huge, but for what we're paying, it's a good size. There's even a window so that we can keep our vitamin D up to reasonable levels with the sunlight coming in.
We'll soon be painting the walls, staining the floor, and bringing a desk and chairs into the space so that we can establish an official camp.

I suggested that our company be named 'Life-sized Media', so that's our working title at the moment.

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