Who is J’raxis 270145?

J’raxis 270145 is an IT professional and liberty activist from Grafton, New Hampshire. You can contact him at jraxis@jraxis.com.

J’raxis is an information technology professional, specializing in security and privacy. He currently runs a small web-hosting, IT consulting, and development business in New Hampshire. His PGP key is 0xBF9B0F53. Copies can also be found at pgp.mit.edu and keyserver.ubuntu.com.

J’raxis has most recently been a liberty activist in New Hampshire, centering around town politics in Grafton and legislative activism in Concord, the state capital. More about J’raxis 270145’s “real life” can be found at his other website. And someday, J’raxis·Org will host some open source software that J’raxis has developed.

Website administration

J’raxis administers several entire websites, mostly non-profits and liberty activist organizations.

Web development & design

In addition to this site, J’raxis has designed and developed several websites for individuals and organizations.

* Along with Ron Helwig.

Other J’ domains

These domains are part of the J’raxis collection.


J’raxis·Com’s current look and feel was designed to emulate the terminal interface from the 1995 Macintosh first-person shooter Marathon and its two sequels. The text appearing on the other domains in the J’raxis collection is from terminal #2 of the Marathon 2: Durandal level “We’re everywhere.” The image to the left is a modification of an image from terminal #0 of the Marathon Infinity level “You’re Wormfood, Dude.” The original image read “marathon.0x0D.7” and had the Marathon logo in place of the J’raxicon.

J’raxis·Com is typeset in Myriad Web, falling back to Myriad Pro, Tahoma, Arial, and finally your browser’s sans-serif font if none of those can be found. The terminal headers are typeset in Courier New.

The 404 poem “Quoth the Server” was written by J’raxis.


J’raxis·Com and all its content, except where otherwise noted, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. SSL certificates are provided by Let’s Encrypt.