I have something of an unorthodox opinion on logos — I don’t think they’re necessarily needed.
What I think is needed is strong visual branding that’s recognizable, memorable and appropriate to the organization it represents. This might include a logo, but it might not.
So with that in mind, judging from your email, nubiansoulqueen, I’m guessing the PacMan motif was meant more as an African motif, which is a direction I like. If that’s the case, there are lots of options to stay with that direction while getting away from the PacMan look.
As for the pattern (African or not), it competes with your logo for dominance and has a very different quality from the logo. I’m just not sure the two complement each other all that well. I might be inclined to let the pattern itself be your branding and, going back to my statement about logos not necessarily being needed, just use the pattern in various ways as your visual branding. The only thing I’d be concerned with by heading too far in an African motif direction is, possibly, pigeon-holing yourself into a niche, but then again, that might be a good niche with opportunity — I just don’t know. If it were me, I’d also toss some additional colors into the mix. Aqua, black and white is a psychologically cold combination.
I guess I’m not liking the pattern made from the logo quite as much as others above me. I think it could work out, but I’m thinking there are some refinements to be made in how the pattern comes together. the negative spaces are somewhat irregular in width, for example, which draws attention to itself as being in the awkward middle ground of looking accidental instead of on purpose. For me, it also has sort of a 1970s look to it, but maybe that’s just me.
I’d ditch the hotmail domain address, though — it’s nearly as bad as putting an AOL address on your card. Right or wrong, it sends the wrong signal about technical savvy. Then again, you already said you were going to do this.