Papermail was created by Jacob Penderworth on 23 July 2011. It’s not just about technology or nerdy nonsense; it’s an experiment in constant development — it’s completely unpredictably interesting in all the ways the author thinks it should be. The main longstanding goal, however, is to discuss arbitrary topics in an opinionated manner. Content ranges from music to games and other media, technology and the digital world, and life as you know it and should come to understand it. Everything is designed to be very simple with a focus on the content, so don’t complain about things being too minimal and just read.
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Jacob Penderworth is an arbitrary fellow who resides in Mammoth Lakes, California. He enjoys the art of writing, listens to lots of classical music and composes some tunes of his own, knows the qualities of a good tea, delights in a well-crafted espresso, and dabbles in photography and coding with his spare time. When bored, Jacob resorts to correcting erroneous Wikipedia entries and writing about himself in the third person. He’s also known as the “Pinecone stomper” on Yelp.
He’s just another man discovering his life. This blog will have some of his mistakes, but maybe you’ll enjoy reading it anyway. You can learn more about his other work across the Internet on the “Where to find Jacob” page.