On Tue, 2 Mar 2004 00:54:12 +0000 (UTC), Jon wrote:
Something doesn't add up here. You are already running a business
employing at least two people other than yourself. Either it is
profitable, in which case you should be able to afford to hire another
person (either from the profits, or by borrowing against it from a bank),
or it is not, in which case one must be dubious about the propects of
profits from your new venture.
You will be "treating this as a serious project", you don't want to wait on
the project, and you are a perfectionist, yet you expect the person who
takes this on to be doing it as a side project or for learning?
Have you ever heard the axiom that you get to pick any two of cheap, good
and fast? You're clearly asking for all three here.
And to top it all off, you post this to a wildly off-topic group. There
are lots of *.jobs groups, web sites, and so on. Please take this there,
although I doubt you'll get much better response for the reasons given
Greg Schmidt [email]gregstrawna.com[/email]
Trawna Publications [url]http://www.trawna.com/[/url]