All posts by Jeffrey

What Do * You * Want To Read

(Photo Credit – Me)

I post a lot of different things here; this site was originally “my personal site for whatever I want.”  And, I’ll still post what I want.  However, I know there are topics here you don’t give a [insert colorful cliche here]  about.  Still, I post most of the time with the hope that someone will find my information helpful.

With that in mind, I’ve made the top of the site “topic oriented.”  That way you can click there, then learn more about that particular topic.

Of course, I hope you might come across another topic you were not expecting and find – kind of like a “gem in the sand.”

If you think I can write a topic or help in any other way, please don’t hesitate to contact me.



WordPress, Web and Technology

I’ve been in technology since I was about 12 – if not earlier if you count me disassembling transistor radios.  Though sometimes I’ll rant about it it’s frustrations, I really do love it – and where it’s going.

The web is an amazing thing.  What people can do today, thanks to the web, is awesome.  Where before you had to troop the the library – information is at yours, and children’s – fingertips.  Where before you had to spend lots of money for programming tools, you, and your children* – can now find it and use it for basically free.

Click here to see my posts on these topics.

* So, you noticed I use the word “children” a couple of times.  I think kids today have amazing opportunities available to them thanks to technology.  I hope they pick them up and run with them.


Faith is relatively new to me; I became Born Again seven years go.

I was 180 degrees in the opposite direction.  I always thought “Born Again” was a bit crazy.  I’m now 180 degrees in what I think is an amazing direction.

I’m not going to “try to convert you” here.  Believing in God and Jesus is a very, very personal choice.  But, it’s been such an amazing thing in my life that I want to share if you are interested. 


Since I left in full-time job in June of 2015, I’ve been deep in the startup world.

When I got to North Carolina full time, I made a commitment to attend 1 Million Cups every week and have gotten immersed in the startup community here in Asheville.  It’s been awesome, both for me personally and for my own startup, BrewStream.

I have high hopes to do some more writing about Startups in the future. 🙂  When I find time from my own startup! 😮

Update:  so, I did start to do some writing.  Click here to see my posts about the startup thing.