Some may be clever enough to find out my last name, but I tend to just go by J. J. on the internet (Zepfanman and RockOfVictory are aliases). Christianity, disc sports, Led Zeppelin, and photography are just a few of my many interests.
I grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, graduating from Strath Haven in 1998. I moved to Nashville that fall and have been here ever since. In December 2003, I graduated from Vanderbilt with a B.A. in Religious Studies and a Computer Science minor; two weeks later, I married my college sweetheart. Soon after, I started the blog on this website, where you can get a better idea of what we've been up to since then. My user pages on Wikipedia, Broadband Reports (popular all-things-computer community), SitePoint (web design), Flickr (photo sharing), and The Nest (home and wedding) are a few corners of the web that I (and/or my wife) frequent.
As I state on the main About page, the goal of Zepfanman.com is to connect people and facilitate sharing in a way that only the WWW can provide (enter my many mentions of Wikipedia throughout this site). See the URLinfo about Zepfanman.com tool from Fagan Finder; it has a simple interface that takes any website and can translate it, discover links to it, search it, track it, show older copies of it, analyze it, and much more. While I'm mentioning older copies, Zepfanman.com has gone through many stages since 1998… better explained in the When section.
Honestly, I'm not sure exactly where the files themselves reside; I change web hosts too frequently to keep track. Virtually, though, Zepfanman.com is anywhere that you have a connection to the WWW. I maintain the website mainly from my home computer in Nashville. I can update the blog from any computer that has a web browser; I can maintain the rest of the site wherever SSH and FTP is available.
Below are the stages the site has gone through. (Remember my construction warning.) http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.t35.com/zepfanman http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.geocities.com/jdiubaldi_98 http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://crosswinds.net/~diubaljj