Find out all the who, what, where, when, and why's of Ryan Glab and his super extraordinary blog!
Find out all the who, what, where, when, and why’s of Ryan Glab and his super extraordinary blog!

Greetings! Thank you for visiting my blog. I’m both humbled and grateful you’ve taken the time to drop by.

No matter how you got here — whether you’re a friend or family member, a Twitter follower, a stalker, or a random stranger who stumbled upon my blog — you’re probably wondering what I have to offer you.

Without boring you with excessive details, here are the Five Ws to give you the 4-1-1 about what you’re getting yourself into.


I develop websites by day and fight crimes by night … although business is a little slow ever since I gave up wearing a mask and cape. I’m a humble Christian man who has a heart for Jesus and all my family and friends. Like everyone else, I am an imperfect soul who faces challenges and difficulties with sin, but I’m thankful to be forgiven through my savior.

I love to read and write and I aspire to publish a book someday. As a man who loves stories, I enjoy meeting new people and learning what makes them tick. So, please, connect with me on social media via Twitter or Facebook, or feel free to email me or leave comments on my blog entries.


You may have noticed the tagline of my blog is “Be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” That’s an excerpt from the Bible from Romans 12:2, which reads:

Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is — his good, pleasing and perfect will.

Romans 12:2 (NIV)

This is one of, if not my favorite verse in the Bible. The actual meaning of this verse is that we are to avoid falling into the trap of temptations and sins of the world and instead focus on God’s Word and his will for our lives.

I chose my tagline based on the principle that — whether you are a Christian or not — we all could use some transformation in our lives in the way we think about things. And that’s exactly what I hope to do through my blog, to stir up thoughts in your mind that may or may not change the way you view the world.


Besides visiting my blog directly to check for updates, you can be notified of new entries by following me on Twitter or Facebook. You can also subscribe to my RSS feed or check out any number of my other accounts like Google Plus, YouTube, and LinkedIn.


I hope to update my blog at regular intervals, but I can’t guarantee anything at this point. My blog is semi-new, hence I’m still learning the lay of the land. Like all new ventures, it could take some time to develop a niche and a brand. However, I’m more interested in the journey than the destination, so I’m excited about the challenges and adventures that lie ahead.

Until I’ve settled in, if you’re interested in receiving notifications when I update my blog, it’s probably best to follow me on Twitter or Facebook in lieu of random visitation, but you’re more than welcome to come back frequently and boost my pageviews!


Like most people, I have a lot to say and I’m looking for an outlet in which to express it. Or, as my short bio says, I’m “seeking an open mic and a stage in the crowded, clamorous barroom of life.”

I’ve been on Twitter for a few years, but as all tweeps know, fully expressing yourself in 140 characters or less is challenging at best, impossible at worst. Sharing the CliffsNotes version of your thoughts can lead to misinterpretation and the need for further clarification.

Plus, I feel Twitter has led to the disintegration of proper grammar and social skills, but that’s a blog entry for another day.