Tuesday, September 08, 2009


Today ... I'm proud to announce the launch of my new website:


FIXYOURTHINKING.COM will remain in place as my tech news and opinion blog.

I wanted to have a more personal website where I could discuss local issues ... in my hometown of Liberty SC.

I've kept a journal since I was in 5th grade (10 years old) ... when I was told to start keeping this journal by a family court judge at the end of my parent's divorce, I backdated it to when I was 5 with a few stories from when I was younger.

I've always enjoyed writing ... I discovered that it was my true calling during my biggest test ... a federal court case that was brought against my blog (FIXYOURTHINKING) ...

So, I'm going to try hard to make a go of it ...

For the next 6 months ...I'm going to try to write both here (@ FIXYOURTHINKING.COM) and ATLIBERTYTOSAY.COM.

I've noticed that world of tech news and opinion is hard to follow sometimes because so many people are reporting false stories ... just so they can be the first to report them.

With local news that I can observe first hand ... I have my own perspective, my own facts, and therefore my own stories.

I also think publishing my personal stories on a more local website may get more eyes with more "I care, because I know who, what, and where he's talking about."

I'm still in the early stages of launch ... I hope to polish the look soon. I used this site as my template so you may not notice a whole lot different at the moment.



I am a lover of children's literature said...

Best of luck with your new website, Liberty Today.

Liberty is a much better name, by the way, then it's old one, Salubrity Springs. My hometown of Saint John, NB, had the old name of Carlton and Parrtown, but that was a long time before any of it's 125,000 residents were born.

I always thought you lived in beautiful Greensville, but apparently it must be somewhere close by.

Anyway, best of luck with your new site.

FYT said...

I used to live in Greenville ... I've lived in Liberty for a year (where my wife lived).

Thank you.