July 20, 2010 //
As some of you know, I deleted my personal twitter account recently. It was great timing as the market conditions for MetaCert (my real work passion) started to blossom after about five years under the radar, meaning I needed more time to focus on what’s most likely to change the world. We’re in fundraising and partnership building mode at present, so there isn’t much else to say.
I will always update the company twitter account and promise never to hire a PR company or get someone else on the team to update it on behalf of the company. I won’t talk at you about the company, but I’m not likely to provide personal updates either, unless of course they’re related to the company. I’m not sure if that’s the right approach, so we’ll see how it goes - let me know if you have an opinion (even if it’s to tell me to stay away after enjoying the quiet time).
If you’re a marketing agency, registrar, hosting provider, security software or anti-malware reseller, get in touch as you’re a potential partner! If you’re a provider of trust in the form of a seal, we have a platform for you to help increase adoption of your own product.
Now… time to upset VeriSign, TRUSTe and others with low-cost products that are more scalable and based on the Open Web