Simon Jones is a fairly ordinary English sounding name
that I share with many other Simon Jones's out there.
This website isn't my
home on the web, instead this
place (simonjones.info) is
a kind of virtual store room where I tend to put things that I'll come back
to at a later date. I might develop this
space a little more, but there seems
no need as my main website (simonjones.co.uk or .eu)
already does a good enough job.
Having said that, I won't leave you completely
I'm not entirely sure how you came to find this
site, but maybe you'll
be curious enough to want to check out a couple more links? If not, then
as my good friend Jeffrey once famously said after a dinner party, thanks
for coming and thanks for going.
For the curious among you.
A question I'm often asked by people who look at my websites is: "What
do you look like?" The answer is readily available in the form
of a pictures page that
seemed terribly narcissistic of me to create.
But why create all these websites?
Why not! I'm a web designer/photographer and
create sites and content for companies,
and the such (using Apple Macintosh computers in case you were curious
about that). I didn't want to get to a stage where I hated my job, so I
decided that in order to continue enjoying the web and this endless
digital landscape, I
had to create a place
for me to be me. A place where I
am the only person who
tells me how
this should look, feel and work. Without this little bit
of space I might already have become one of the masses who drones
on about how much I hate my job, and in effect therefore how
much I hate
Life is random.
strange as it may seem to some, I actually enjoy hearing from people whom
in 'ordinary life' I might not actually have met. I appreciate the randomness
of the web, and the ability that it affords us to reach out and 'cross
with people around the world, people like you maybe.
I write, I blog, I
take pictures, I produce
internet radio shows (now known as podcasts), I
make short films and I share all of this on the world
wide web for you and anyone else to find and
hopefully to enjoy.
So what more?
As I mentioned before, if you're really interested you should visit my
main website and drill down through that. And as always, feel free to say
For more links and information about Simon Jones including
who he is, isn't and some of his more obscure work, click here.
This website is no longer hosted on a Mac by 1and1 internet.