Justin is a writer and a self-proclaimed foodie. He lives in London with his wife and two kids.
He’s currently in a position that’s pretty rare for someone under the age of 30: a “hacker” in a high-tech industry, where he makes his own computer software and sells it to other people for money.
He’s also currently unemployed (and in a good mood) so in his spare time he helps write and build websites for companies. He has a website where people can submit their own designs for a website you can buy and use. He lives his life as a happy hacker.
Where does a hacker live? Well, it’s possible he lives somewhere else entirely. Perhaps he lives in North Africa where people wear fake gold rings with fake faces, or he lives in a small town somewhere in the Midwest where people live on fake money, or possibly he lives in South America where people live on fake food.
If you have a website, you have to live somewhere. If you don’t have a website, you can’t live somewhere.
So, to anyone who has a website: what do you do when you can’t live anywhere? Well, where to live? Well, I think that is a conversation for another day.
There are a lot of websites where you can live there. So, to any person who actually lives on the site, you can use your website. You have to take it or get rid of it, and then you will be able to link to another site.
The thing is, you can have your website live anywhere in the world, but you have to take it or get rid of it in order to link to another one. The website itself is a living thing, just like you are, and you can live anywhere in the world, but you have to get rid of it somewhere.