The following are other websites that I have built and maintain.
This website predates African Bluegrass (in fact African Bluegrass began as a Tab on Unity Bluegrass). It came about after my house flooded and I found a packet of information given to me by fellow band mate David Neidig telling the history of the band we were both members of. In it you will find pictures, short (out of date) biographies of those who were members when I was a part of the band, other memorabilia and RECORDINGS of the band.
This was one of my first websites I ever hosted. I am a Bahá'í and I have dedicated this website to my Faith as a service to those in my area. In it you will find blogs, articles, videos, photos and an event calendar of local activities.
"Come for the Pizza, Stay for the Conversation"
Pizza & Social Justice (PSJ) is a community organization dedicated to building a society free from racism and discrimination by fostering lasting relationships across all racial, religious, and ethnic backgrounds; by recognizing bias in ourselves and our communities; and by working together to promote a more just society.
To achieve its mission PSJ employs education, discussions, guided conversations, social interactions and service projects designed to establish trust and build a sense of family in the communities it serves. All of its programs are grounded in a fundamental belief that all humankind is one and that our diversity enhances our unity.
This website was for my 40th High School Class Reunion back in 2012 (I do HATE thinking in those terms). I now use it to share bits of trivia and memorabilia from that time.
This is the website where I get to rant and rave about other things I have a passion for (besides African Bluegrass)
For these websites I use a CMS framework called Drupal. It is open source and is supported by thousands of volunteers. Since being laid-off in March, 2014 I have been immersing myself in Drupal working towards making a career of it. This website is my ongoing story as I work towards becoming a full time Drupaler.