Fragmented Development was originally started as a Web Design company, going by the name of Wednesday Bubbles. While mildly successful in it's own small way, WB had several problems; first, the general public cannot spell Wednesday. Also, it's very hard to gain respect with a name that includes the word "Bubbles" in it. So, I did an informal poll on my blog, and Fragmented Media won out. This didn't last long, simply because the "Media" attatchment was much too restrictive, and didn't really reflect what we could do. So, in late 2003 the name was changed one final time to Fragmented Development, and the domain was registered in early 2004.
After a couple reorganizations and different groupings, Fragmented Development has become my personal web site, where I blog about trends and issues in web development.
Hi - I'm a 29.55283992897-year-old guy (refresh the page- that number should be updated every second) living in Glens Falls, New York.
Fragmented Development, abbreviated FragDev, summarizes to the
nature of the web; many disparate technologies make today's web. This variety makes
development both challenging and enjoyable.
It is also the technical blog of Jacob Hume, a web developer and Free Software enthusiast. On the internet, he usually uses the username Windigo.