New baby coming soon! Andrew Micah has lowered himself, and will probably be out in the next two weeks!
After things get settled from that, I have to figure out what I want to do with myself. Of course, I need to finish my book. But that is an excellent spare-time activity. What I think I'd like to do is essentially what I did with Wolfram Research - help people take control of their software through free software. Of course, with Wolfram Research, I had a quite willing audience who was already doing so to a large extent.
Anyway, Tulsa is much more conservative, so it will definitely be a harder sell. However, I think I could probably make a pretty good case for K12LTSP for schools. Especially if I could get a good deal on licensing for CrossOver if the school had specialized applications.
Anyway, I'd be interested in comments from Linux consultants in other places and what kinds of work they managed to get, and what kind of issues they had to tackle.