Why be normal?
I first started coding in BASIC on a TRS-80 and the first app I ever made was a random number generator created on my Commodore VIC-20 in the 4th grade in about 1983. I turned those random numbers into my own private lottery and sold lotto tickets to my classmates until I learned the hard way that type of thing was frowned upon by the administration and my friends' parents. I don't think my own parents were very surprised!
Since 1997, I've made and managed useful, fun, interesting - and legal - websites.
In my spare time (What's that?!?) I play and record music, I fix broken guitars, I read really old newspapers, I maintain a vegetable garden, I've invented a couple useless gadgets, and I watch the Red Sox. I have a Chihuahua and two cats who don't like me to do anything that doesn't involve one of them sleeping in my lap. Don't laugh, it's all much more fun than it sounds!
Website developers I often replace:
- Wordpress people who only know how to do Wordpress sites
- Big city companies who never have time to call back the little guy
- Recent college graduates who bit off more than they could chew
- Multiple-hat-wearers who would prefer to stick to their job description
- The neighbor's whiz kid, when he's not grounded from the Internet
- Some developer from overseas that nobody can understand