My name is Justin Daigle. I’m 21, and I blog about technology, and on occasion, other things.
I live in a small town in which there’s never anything worth doing (as soon as I graduate, I hope to move somewhere worth living; maybe then I’ll have a “real” life), and as such, I find myself almost constantly online, usually reading sites like The Verge.
In addition to on my blog, I can be found at various other places around the internet. These places include Twitter and TiNternet IRC (irc.justindaigle.com, port 6667) in the channel #coffeeshop.
Another hobby of mine is programming, and if I’m not unproductively wasting time on the internet, I may be spending time learning a new programming language or working on a project. I’m (reasonably) fluent in C, C#, Java, and Obj-C, and have written applications for iOS, Mac OS X, and Windows.
Me, in Glitch form.
I like blogging, Twitter, IRC, and programming (and tech in general; I spend somewhat-excessive amounts of time poking around different desktop and mobile operating systems, on numerous devices). I absolutely hate intellectual property law, and hope to see it wiped off the face of the earth within my lifetime. As such, I proudly support sites like The Pirate Bay, which encourage civil disobedience to corrupt intellectual property laws.
The real me (this picture is old and was taken on a crappy phone camera on a day when the sun was just about blinding, but I don’t have an acceptable replacement for it).
If you’d like to contact me about matters relevant to the site or its content, you can e-mail me at admin [at] justindaigle [dot] com. Please do not use that address if you just wish to chat. For that, please use Twitter or IRC (locations for both mentioned earlier on this page).