I wanted to share my sincerest gratitude and thanks to all whom have supported Clickety Split over the past two months.
My first shout-out goes to Nick from nicekeyboards.com; without his collaboration and support, nice!nanos would not be easily available in Canada for us to leverage in our custom [keyboard] projects.
A warm shout-out goes to Joanna from Kailh. Without her help and support, I wouldn't have been able to get the first batch of Box White, Choc White, and associated Hot Swaps into Canada.
A lot of time and patience was had by both Nick and Joanna, and for them, I am truly grateful.
There is a large group of individuals I wish to thank as well, and of them, are individuals like yourself! You, whom had visited and purchased components in support of Clickety Split; you, whom had taken the time to write me back from my hand-written note to provide feedback, and to share your completed projects. I loved reading and seeing how excited you all were about your first build, or those who came back as seasoned builders.
Yes, each of you whom have purchased components from Clickety Split have helped build a stronger inventory, and contributed to providing the infrastructure for Clickety Split to deliver the products and services it does today. Funds received from purchases go right back into Clickety Split's inventory and future product offering.
For each of you whom have purchased components, I am sincerely grateful. I'd love to name you all, because you are all very important—but, for the sake of privacy, I shall rely on the fact that you know who you are.
Clickety Split may be a small company, focusing on the fundamental components for custom keyboard projects; but in time, I hope for it to grow towards supporting the latest technology, trends, and knowledge for keyboard enthusiasts to leverage in their future projects.
I am open to your feedback, hearing and seeing what you've done with your keyboard components, and supporting you with any questions you may have with regards to the build process, configuration, and programming.
As we enter into December and we close out 2021; I wish you, your family, and your loved ones a warm, safe, and memorable holiday season.
All the best,
For the love of split keyboards.