It’s about finding out what really matters to you.
It’s about getting out and seeing the world. However you define the world. My world is mostly Indiana, and I’m happy with that. Home is one of the things that really matters to me.
I’m Jim Grey. I’m in my late 40s, divorced (and soon to be remarried), and raising teenage sons. I make software for a living (and infrequently blog about it over here). And I sometimes contribute to this site about old cars.
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I create almost all of what you read and see here on Down the Road, http://blog.jimgrey.net.
Text is copyright 2007-2016 Jim Grey, unless otherwise noted. I reserve all rights.
Images fall into two general categories:
- My photographs. They are subject to the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license, which basically means that you are free to use them in your noncommercial works if you don’t change them and if you credit me (Jim Grey) and link back to the photo. For any other use, contact me first for permission, which I generally freely grant.
- Images created by others. Once in a while I use someone else’s image. I try to be honorable about it and attribute properly, but sometimes I get it wrong. If you see an image you own here against your wishes, leave a comment and I’ll credit you or remove the image, as you direct.
Thanks to crashing waves of spam, I’ve closed comments on this page.
17 May 2016