I am a consumer. I smoked for 30+ years. I stopped smoking accidentally with vaping. I write from a consumers perspective for consumers, about e-cigarette science, data, organizations, news and more.

My goal, in fact my passion, is to speak blog to as many people as possible to present a fair, balanced opportunity for a consumer to understand safer alternatives to smoking, how and why they work, or don’t. They can then make an informed and educated choice for themselves.

I include survey information, news stories, studies, science and data collected from a variety of sources on different types of “cessation” methods and… blog about them in what has been described by my friends across the pond at Vapers.org.uk:

“His gritty distinctive style is ever-readable”

After almost two years of being smoke-free I was inspired to create and author “The Vaping Truth Survey” in 2014. This garnered over 7,000 participants worldwide from 72 countries.

I also created (with the help of others) the “Nicotine Addiction: An Open 30-Day Public Health Challenge…” and raised money for the team at ecigarette-research.org.

While no one met the criteria, the results of that challenge (and many links) are here.

Besides finding me here on my blog, I am also
Editor, National Council, Member, Board of Directors at THR4Life with four other fantastic people including Kevin Price, Lindsey Stroud, Skip Murray, and Jenny Hoban.

May 2018:

You can find me proudly joining David Goerlitz Saturday mornings on Vape Radio.

I’ll be joining David very soon on his podcast: David G Model Citizen.

You can find me here on LinkedIn
You can find me here on Facebook
You can find me here being a bit more evil on Twitter

10 thoughts on “About”

  1. Dear Vaping Links,
    I am contacting you regarding a pro-vape Hip Hop music video I created. My name is Kensho Kuma, an independent artist from the Bay Area, California, and I am intending to spread awareness about vaping through this song. I was hoping that you could consider it for possible blog submission.

    Kensho Kuma x D-Wiz

    If you don’t deal with music videos, I apologize for the inconvenience.

    Kensho Kuma

      1. Hello,

        I was looking for information on vaping, and ran across your site, GREAT INFO, I am not sure if you’re still updating articles, but I noticed a lot of the links were dead. Just thought you’d like to know.

        Also I have my own site on vaping, vaporsmall.com which might be of interest to you. Either way keep up the great work.


  2. Even one of the top medial authorities in the UK has said he believes Vaping is vastly less harmful than smoking and he has recommended it to be used by people who want to stop smoking… Still the EU want to enforce more strict regulations than there is on smoking… There’s a great blog about smoking Vs vaping at infinityvape.

  3. Twitter has LOCKED my account, @TommyVape and the site is inaccessible. I was Tweeting to the FDA, AMA, and several health organization when I noticed at least 30 Tweets had piled up and were not being sent. Twitter management are authoritarian, and totalitarian. I like it, but I’m not in to the management. I’ll be on Reddit, ECF, and Gab.ai.

    1. Gotcha -sad to hear — I did see you had posted “2017, save your life! Vape On!” a few times – but it sounds like twitter had a glitch – not you – then blamed you? I had to verify something around two months in – maybe check back Wednesday to see if they’ve cleared it up!? 🙂

  4. I just stumbled on this site and I thought I might put my “two sense” in. I can safely say that I smoked cigarettes for 40 yrs, then switched to swisher sweet cigars for ten years (price was $3.00 cheaper). So we are talking 50 yrs….of starting,quitting,patches, suicide thoughts from chantix. I started vaping and occasionally smoked for 2 yrs. then just vaped for 1 yr. In the early 2000’s I was introduced to crack cocaine and “they” say giving up crack is the hardest addiction to give up. For me, smoking cigarettes was harder. Chantix was great the best thing they have come up with for cravings for cigarettes if you don’t mind the feeling of wanting to drive your car off a bridge doesn’t bother you. Anyhow, I quit vaping 5 months ago. don’t get me wrong, I still crave, but not like before. Thanks for reading…good luck to all trying to quit.

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