Jon Humphrey

Citizen Journalist • Bellingham • Member since May 23, 2017

Jon Humphrey is currently a music educator in Bellingham and very active in the community. He also has decades of professional IT experience including everything from support to development. He considers Bellingham to be the best place he has ever lived and has been here for over 8 years now. He has been interested in technology, music, and science since he was very young and holds a degree in Music Production/Technology from the prestigious Hartt School. He started writing for his high school newspaper and has even published a sci-fi novel on Amazon. Aside from his above interests, Jon spends his time repairing electronics, cars, hiking, diving, and motorcycling. He is a well known figure in the Open Source and Retro Gaming communities and does what he can to support them. He also cares very much about the environment, homelessness, and digital divide issues and does what he can on those fronts too.

Articles by Jon Humphrey

Thanks to the City of Bellingham

By Jon HumphreyOn Nov 09, 2023

After nine years of legitimate fault finding, protesting, complaining, criticizing and lamenting about Bellingham’s Public Works and Information Technology (IT) Departments, I am very happy today to be posting [...]

Is Hydrogen the Answer?

By Jon HumphreyOn Oct 26, 2023

Poorly Researched Hydrogen-Hype Article from CDNOver the years, I have corrected many tech articles, and based on the recent article about hydrogen, published in Cascadia Daily News, I need to [...]

Getting What You Pay For

By Jon HumphreyOn Aug 28, 2023

One of the projects I have been very excited about is the broadband project being rolled out, in part, by the PUD in Point Roberts. However, after years of dealing [...]

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Recent comments

"Thanks for your comments Joseph. Yes, I am aware of the points you made about the coal terminal. Still as you point out, it would have used Cherry Point. The [...]

Oct 29, 2023 on
Is Hydrogen the Answer?

"I had nothing but deep respect and admiration for Wendy. She walked the walk and was not afraid to speak truth to power. She was also incredibly intelligent, hardworking, fearless, [...]

Sep 07, 2023 on
A Tribute to Wendy Harris

"A public bank would go a long way towards funding public infrastructure projects too. Although, with the extra tax revenue the County keeps stealing from us every year via artificially [...]

Aug 26, 2023 on
Renewed Push for a National Infrastructure Bank

"Russ, when are you going to give us a comprehensive overview on your stance on public broadband?

Aug 26, 2023 on
Support Russ Whidbee For City Council At-Large

" Thank you for your candidate statement. However, I have never received a detailed response from you on broadband infrastructure. I am the IT expert that started this petition. https://www.[...]

Jul 30, 2023 on
Candidate Statement: Katherine Orlowski for County Council District 4