Hi there. I’m Jason Lefkowitz. If you’re reading this you likely want to know something more about me, so here you go.
I’m the founder of Rogue Repairman Productions, a software development consultancy in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We make technology suck less for the people who use it. If you’re curious how we can help you, drop me a line and let’s talk!
Before I started Rogue Repairman, I was the national online director for advocacy organizations Change to Win and Oceana. I graduated from American University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics and Government (don’t ask).
I’ve been building Web sites and applications since 1995. Just Well Mixed was launched in 2002 and has been my primary online stomping ground ever since. From 2002 to 2005 I also wrote Ant’s Eye View, a blog focused on emerging trends in online communities. Readers of AEV discovered concepts like crowdsourcing and Journalism 2.0 before those concepts had names.
During the 2008 election season I was Fake John McCain on Twitter. (Here’s an interview with me as FJM that ran in Washingtonian magazine.) For a while after that I was Red, White and News. I also sometimes make parody sites, like ThingFairy, Hillstarter and The Whites House. People tell me I’m pretty funny, but that’s something you can make up your mind about on your own.
For sixteen years there was a blog here. You can still read it if you want; just click the “Archives” link up in the top right. Maybe one of these days I’ll pick it up again, who knows.
Want to buy me something because you liked something you read here? Please don’t. Instead, give that money to one of these worthy causes:
- Doctors Without Borders/Médicins Sans Frontières
- National Immigration Law Center
- The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
There are way too many ways for people to contact me. Here’s a few of them.
NOTE: This blog does not accept sponsored/paid content. Don’t send me your “guest post” requests; they will just go straight into my spam bin. Try it multiple times and I will start publishing a list of names and email addresses that send these requests here.