Good Morning, MycoPals!
Hope you all are doing well. I just wanted to stop in and give you guys a quick run down on whats been going on here recently with the site detailing minor changes and the release of our first learn and explore content piece.
First off, to ease the strain on the eyes, I went ahead and darkened up the theme! Nobody wants to dig into an interesting read soaked in the moonlight while their eyeballs are quite literally burning out of their sockets. Yes, I am an advocate for GOOD dark themes to be the universal default, or at least an available option. You see them more often these days.
As the clock turns, our newsletter is going to become increasingly useful. It’s how I communicate to you guys and it will alert you when new content is dropped. I don’t believe in spam and I don’t believe in wasting people’s time. Go ahead and sign up over on the right-hand side of the screen to stay connected.
Are you looking to share something interesting or do you have an opportunity you think I’d be interested in hearing about? Our contact page has been updated! You’ll be able to check that out here. There, you’ll find a run down on the specifics of how to get in touch with me.
The learn and explore portion of the website has been under development and it is now in working order. There’s not much there as of this blog post, but you’ll be able to find more high quality and informative material on that page as time goes on, so stick it on your bookmarks toolbar and you can easily pop in from time to time and see what we’ve got going on. Feel free to take a look and get a feel for what’s to come. Empowering others to do the things they want to do is a huge part of what I want to do and this portion of the website will prove to be a useful tool that does just that.
Lastly, I’d like to announce the release of another write up! You can find it by clicking the link HERE. If you’d like to find it or future write ups by navigating through our Learn and Explore portion of the site, click on the research tab there. This read is on Mushroom Worker’s Lung as it is something I had personally always wondered about and I figured I wasn’t the only one. Getting down and dirty with the papers on it was pretty fun and I learned a lot along the way. We will dive into what can potentially cause this irritating condition and what exactly you can do to protect yourself from any airborne irritants within your operation.
I hope the new year is treating you right. As always, let’s get out there and make it happen, folks! What are you waiting for?
This post is from our old webpage, posted on February 6th, 2020.