About the blog
Established in 2003 by Joey Day, this is an exercise in critical thinking and writing about Christian theology, apologetics, information technology, user interface/interaction design, free and open source software and media, and other topics.
About the author
Joey Day is a thirty-something IT professional (read: big nerd) living in Salt Lake City, Utah. When he grows up he’d like to be a Seminary professor (read: even bigger nerd).
He’s been designing websites since 1998, and has been passionate about web standards and open source software since 2003. In 2008 he got a MacBook and an iPhone, and since then he’s become somewhat of an Apple fanboy. He still runs Ubuntu Linux on a couple of servers, though, and continues to use and support many other free and open source software projects such as Drupal, Firefox, MediaWiki, OpenOffice.org, and WordPress.
Though he was raised a sixth-generation member and completed a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Joey left the LDS faith in 2002 and now considers himself a reformed evangelical Christian. Sometimes he writes about Mormonism, but he tries his best to treat the subject with candor and fairness. If anything on this site offends you, you are encouraged to let him know.
Perhaps Joey’s one claim to fame is that he created the Homestar Runner Wiki (though he has very little to do with it these days). He also co-founded FellowSites, a not-for-profit web hosting co-operative, and is the developer of the LDS Linker plugin for WordPress.