Thomas W. Dufour

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Hi! My name is Thomas W. Dufour. I'm a website developer, writer, small-business enthusiast, public policy/political junkie, and a lover of music and travel. When I'm not pursuing one of those passions, I'm usually working on a small project, or spending time with my wonderful family.

This website is about me and features things I've written, along with the things I create and am in the process of creating. I hope you feel welcome to reach out and say hi!

My Thoughts

“Frenify team are easy to work with and helped me make amazing websites in a short amount of time. Thanks guys for works.”

Jax Anderson - Photographer

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    Website Development

    I've been a professional website developer since 2008 and have been writing code since the 6th grade. Read my thoughts about the industry and the business in general, here.

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    Writing

    I do some creative writing from time to time. Whether it's intentionally misinterpreting song lyrics into a short story, or working through an abstract idea, I enjoy putting words to paper whenever I can.

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    Passion for Small Business

    I've worked for large businesses and large organizations, and no matter how often I think about where I belong, it always has been, and will be, a small business. Not only are they the engines of our economy, small businesses are more innovative, and fun to work for overall.

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    Public Policy / Political Junkie

    Public policy and politics has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. I'll likely post some thoughts on policy here.

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    Fan of Live Music

    I see a lot of live music. Additionally, I'm always exploring new bands and new music whenever I can.

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    Avid Traveler

    Whether it's travel for any of the above reasons, or just for my own personal enjoyment, I love being on the road, exploring new places, and meeting new people.

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Contact Tom

Got a question? I likely have an answer. Or i might not. Who knows. Either way – feel free to reach out!