This site is maintained by Jerry Travis Smith. I’m your everyday geek. I like building websites, so much so that I am a part-time consultant for ProsumTech, LLC, my single-member LLC. For my full-time gig, I teach business and computer courses to secondary students at the Breathitt Area Technology Center. Additionally, I usually teach a class for Hazard Community and Technical College each semester.
I married my beautiful wife Becca on May 27, 2006.
This site has a little bit of everything on it, since I started it started the site in 2001 and converted it to a blog in 2003. Over the last 7 years or so, the site is almost exclusively dedicated to technology tips and tricks. I don’t post a lot, but anytime I figure something out of value that might save someone a little bit of headache, I try to post it here. I’m comfortable with Windows, OS X, Linux (mostly server-side), and Android, so you’ll find a little about all these things scattered about the site.
The format of the site itself changed drastically on July 12, 2009 as I switched from a custom blogging engine to WordPress. I love writing my own solutions for web apps, but I just couldn’t pass up all the things that WordPress allows me to do. To get everything running properly, I even had to write a WordPress plugin to regenerate missing post slugs.
I have some old pictures posted in my photo gallery, but most newer photos go on Facebook or Google+.