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Hey, my name is Greg and I’m 31. I really like making websites.

Me holding a flask of tea on a misty hill in Llanmadoc, Wales. Picture taken in the Autumn of 2016.

I started making websites when I was in school. I thought it was cool that you could create something on your computer, and anyone in the world would be able to see it. So I guess that’s the reason why I’m sat here writing another webpage, 17 years later.

Besides making websites, I like walking, playing guitar, and travelling. Then again, ask me that again in a year and I’ll probably give you a set of three different interests, so I wouldn’t rely on them too heavily to build a picture of my personality. However, if beer counts as an “interest”, then yes, that has been a consistent personality builder over the years.

Here are some bands/artists I like:

More about me.

I use the username inersha (or if it’s taken, in3rsha) at various places on the Internet. It’s just a phonetic spelling of inertia, which was the topic we were covering in my Physics lessons at the time.

Here are some of my accounts:

Or you can email me:

  • mylowercasefirstname [at] thiswebsite [dot] com

I’m also currently organising Bitcoin Sheffield.

About learnmeabitcoin.com

When I was 18 I started a poker strategy website. It was my first big project, but by the age of 23 I started to lose interest in poker. So I had a break from making websites for a while.

At the start of 2015 I was 26, and I hadn’t touched a HTML file in years. I needed a reason to get out of bed in the morning, so I decided to start making a website about my biggest interest at the time.

I don’t know what my skills are exactly, but I think one of them is explaining how things work in a way that is easy to understand. I also think that Bitcoin is currently the biggest possible challenge at this moment in time for explaining how something works, so here we go.

Why “learn me a bitcoin”?

It came to me when I was sitting in the shower and I couldn’t stop laughing about it. The juxtaposition of an educational website with an egregious grammatical error is immensely satisfying, and also acts as a reminder that being serious doesn’t help you to learn anything.

Take that academia.

Also credit to Learn You a Haskell for the influence.

Hey there, it's Greg.

I'll let you know about cool website updates, or if something seriously interesting happens in bitcoin.


Don't worry, it doesn't happen very often.