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My name is Jeff Bridgforth. I am a ‘front of the front-end developer’, which is just a fancy way of saying that I build websites created by designers.

Webcraftsman is not just my online handle. It describes me to a “t.” I put my heart and soul into every design I code. My craftsmanship is embodied in my style, dedication, and attention to detail.

You can contact me at webcraftsman@jeffbridgforth.com

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6 days ago View single note
Selfie of myself, daughter, and son in movie theater

My son, daughter, and I saw The Two Towers yesterday in the theater. Fathom Events was showing all three of the Lord of the Rings movies on consecutive days last weekend and this one. It only worked out for us to see The Two Towers because of our schedules.

It would have been fun to see all three movies in the theater. I am glad that we decided to see at least one of them. I got chills when the movie started and enjoyed seeing it in the theater again and getting engrossed in the story. These movies are best seen in this setting. My youngest daughter is seeing the movies for the first time. We watched The Fellowship of the Ring last week and will plan to watch Return of the King soon.

May 15, 2024 View single note

I liked this thought from Cameron Moll that he shared on LinkedIn.

“Most of life’s important decisions are simply trading one set of problems for a new set of problems.

“Once you understand this, you’re equipped to take a more informed approach to your decision-making.

“Your goal should be a new set of problems whose net result is somehow better than the previous set of problems.

“However, it’s important to keep in mind that while the grass might truly be greener on the other side, it’s still grass. It might require more watering than the previous grass to keep it green. Or perhaps it’s Bermudagrass instead of Kentucky Bluegrass which requires a different maintenance routine.

“So, the next time you’re faced with an important decision, try reminding yourself that the end goal isn’t to eliminate *all* the problems with your current situation.

“The end goal is to get to a better set of problems.”

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