• Site Change

    I’ve been writing occasional updates to this site using the MWeb product (see New Site) and it’s worked decently at outputting static pages. My main disappointment with MWeb is the lack of any advanced scripting or customization features. After looking at various solutions, I decided to move to Jekyll, a static blogging platform written in Ruby. There seems to be an established community behind it, with plenty of plugins (although some are in better shape than others). The best part is everything can be scripted, obviating the need for a specific program to deploy or author pages in. I can now author pages in any Markdown editor and deploy the site from the command line.

  • New Site

    I’ve been running this site off of Tumblr since 2014 and it’s served me well, until now.