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Jon Humphrey

Columnist • 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 and 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

Preliminary RF Exposure Tests

By Jon HumphreyOn Dec 04, 2018

Before I start this article, it is important for us to define what the maximum safe exposure limits are for radio frequency (RF) energy, not just in the United States ([...]

November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB’s Mansplaining)

By Jon HumphreyOn Nov 07, 2018

Above is a map from an article showing how much money politicians get from big telecoms in general. Why it is a map made at the state level, I think [...]

Atul Deshmane: Public Utility District 1, Commissioner District 2

By Jon HumphreyOn Oct 25, 2018

A very important, yet often overlooked position is on your ballot this fall. It is for PUD (Public Utility District) District 1, Commissioner 2. Why is it so important? Well, because the [...]

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Recent comments

"Thanks David, it should be noted, again, that it is not their network, it is ours. We paid for it. If it was their private network, it would be different. [...]

Nov 13, 2018 on
November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB's Mansplaining)

"Thanks Larry, I have been approached by many people about running for office, but I am not interested at this time. I am a very hands-on worker and like to [...]

Nov 10, 2018 on
November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB's Mansplaining)

"Well, I finally heard back from April Barker today after months on silence. Only to tell me to refrain from calling the city’s response “bullshit artistry.” [...]

Nov 09, 2018 on
November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB's Mansplaining)

"Thanks David, I do agree with you that a lot has to do with laziness. After all, I’ve seen many more “do-nothings” at the top than the bottom in [...]

Nov 09, 2018 on
November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB's Mansplaining)

"Thanks everyone, in the background I am working with some very legit folks including several engineers that think this requires further study. Again, recall that 1936 was the year that the [...]

Oct 25, 2018 on
Real 5G Concerns
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