Arrows Reach was created by Jacob Penderworth on 23 June 2011. It used to be about technological advances in the modern world, but has evolved to be the daily reformed notepad of its sole author, Penderworth.

The goal of the reach project is to write about remote workdays. Not all day, just at some point during that day. A lot of it is travel-based, because Jacob has an obsession with new places. He also makes it a point to talk to one new and random person each day in the place he works from. Some of the stories are epic, and a few are dull. You'll like them all.

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Under the hood

This blog uses the latest version of Ghost with a customized version of JollyGoodThemes' “Ghostwriter” theme. The logo was designed by Michael Flarup and the hosting and domain registration are provided by DigitalOcean and Hover, respectively.

All images are property of Jacob Penderworth unless otherwise noted.

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Contact

If you found something that you disagree with, see an element that you think could be implemented better in the website, have an app or product you’d like to see reviewed, or anything else, feel free to send Jacob an email about it.

About Jacob

Jacob Penderworth

Jacob Penderworth is an arbitrary, introverted fellow who resides in Santa Barbara, California. He enjoys the art of writing, listens to lots of classical music, plays keyboard, knows the qualities of a good tea, delights in well-crafted espresso, and secretly thinks his photography will take him around the world one day. When bored, Jacob resorts to correcting erroneous Wikipedia entries, looking for God, and writing about himself in the third person. He’s known as the “Pinecone stomper” on Yelp, but is quietly fascinated with the aculeate things. Some say he is only interested in women who share a common interest in the Oxford comma.

This blog tells some of his story, which you may enjoy, and shows some of his mistakes, which you will definitely enjoy. You can learn more about his other work across the Internet on the “Where to find Jacob” page. For a full list of his reading and app recommendations, please visit the "Things I like" page. If you absolutely must know more about Jacob, you have his permission to read his autobiography.

You can find Jacob at 1Password finding optimism wherever it isn't and learning about fellow humans through the window of customer support.