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Happy Birthday

As many of you know

The internet is nothing more than a gigantic network of computers that are all connected together. The world wide web is what linked information together and made it accessible to everyone. Today is the 30th birthday of the world wide web. Should we celebrate? That depends who you ask. I stand by it’s creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee. “We need to fight against the internet’s hacking, and abuse” and we need to start NOW.

According to Google

The world wide web was invented by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1989. The web was designed as a way for scientists to easily share information and data from their experiments. Berners-Lee created the world wide web while he was working for CERN. The same creators of the infamous Hadron Collider. His vision soon went beyond a network for scientists to share information, he wanted the web to be a universal and free way to share knowledge, communicate, and collaborate. I must commend him for this truly inspiring, and innovative idea.

Why am I sharing this? Well.. For starters.. Sir Tim Berners-Lee was just 33 years of age when he invented the technology we all use today. I just so happen to be the same age now, as he was when he invented it. Take a look at the first website ever created here. Ok, Ok, so it’s not as fancy as mine.. However, it’s where the world wide web all began. On April 30th 1993 a document was signed allowing anybody to use the web software without royalties, or other constraints. At the time, I was just 8 years old. Imagine that.


Who would of ever known the internet would also give birth to the dark web, conspiracy, crime, hackers, scammers, malicious code, and perversion. The web has opened the doors for governments to spy on us, lawyers to build cases on us, and identity thieves to steal us. Now, we’ve reached an age where our voice can be cloned using software, and our videos can be “deep faked”. I think we must ask ourselves.. Why does mankind build things only to destroy them? Your guess is as good as mine. This is a pattern we have witnessed and documented since the birth of Jesus. Who knows.. Maybe that’s what’s written on all the cave walls in Egypt. We must also ask ourselves.. Has this quest for truth, and wisdom lead us to truth and wisdom? Or are we flooded with so much (mis) information now… We have no ability to define what truth is? I’ll let you decide.

On the contrary


Who would of ever known the internet would allow humanity to grow so fast? Who would of ever thought technology would come this far? We used to have time to play board games, but no longer have time to check email or texts. Thanks to the internet we can skip commercials, pause, and create our own tv station. We can study, and chat with artificial intelligence. Who would of ever thought a person could ask the lights, microwave, or music to turn on without lifting a finger. Who would of ever known we could watch our pets on ip cameras? Don’t worry.. Posting memes on facebook, twitter updates, hashtags, and emojis are included in that list too.

After 30 years of having this technology we may not be able to live without it. I guess it’s a double edged sword. The question is… What would we do without it? I know one thing.. You wouldn’t be reading this blog if it never happened.. So.. You know where I stand. Although, I agree with Sir Tim Berners-Lee: We need to ‘Stop web’s downward plunge to dysfunctional future’ so we can protect the very principles it was founded on. “Freedom of information, communication, and collaboration”.

So I must say.. Happy 30th Birthday World Wide Web.

Your passion

Being passionate about something can make the difference between having a good life, and a bad one. I think it’s pretty easy to identify what I am passionate about. At first glance, people might think I am passionate about myself. While that may be partially true, I think my focus is definitely my brand. This brand is certainly one to follow, because we certainly follow through. But what about you? What are you passionate about? What do YOU do?

I have a passion for recording music, customization, and creation. More importantly, I am even more passionate about who I create it for. That’s right. You. My customers, friends, family, associates, and fans. I think my brand represents my passion for bold imagry, individuality, customization, freedom of speech, and originality. I am fortunate enough to make a living doing it. Am I the next Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, or Jeff Bezos? If you know me well enough. You would of said yes. You would be convinced without a doubt that my goals are set high. So how well do you know me? The door Is open.


I have a passion for reading, learning, and writing. I think that when people “google me” they are immediately drawn to my music, products, and my writing. That’s great and all, but I would expect people to be even more drawn to possibilities. People who never experienced King Craig James before are missing out on what this brand can do for them. Customization is the key, to KCJ. So what’s that all about? Well.. See for yourself.

I have a catalog of music in every major radio, and app on the web. I also have hundreds of products that can be customized. I have a music subscription app. Soon, I will have hundreds of articles. Eventually, I will finish that book I am working on. That’s what makes my brand so big, bold, and powerful for my customers. Are you passionate about something? What’s stopping you from making it possible? Go ahead, give it a try.

You may have noticed some pretty heavy upgrades to the website in the past few weeks. I have included a lot of new stuff to check out. You are probably wondering… What’s that cart button for? I have decided that it’s time to start building my brand and uploading products right to this website. While it’s fun to shop at Amazon, and Zazzle. I want to make the user experience just as friendly by listing items for sale right here. Pretty soon, I will be listing all sorts of products, services, and interesting things. So stay tuned. Until then.. Follow your dreams.