Bringing Back My Website
A few months ago, I stopped actively working on my blog where I spoke about programming and technology. I felt it was time for a break and I did not want to push myself into writing when I was not comfortable doing so; the best writing is that which comes from the heart, produced by passion.
Today, I am bringing back my website.
Like my last website, I have built this website on Jekyll. Again, I am using a simple design, like I did when I first started my website. At the moment I do not have any significant projects I would like to share on this site. Rather, I would like a home for myself and some of my older blog posts. Perhaps the design will get more complicated as I come up with new ideas.
Why am I back?
Having a personal website is a way for me to share some of my thoughts about programming, technology, writing, and whatever else comes to mind. While I could do this on social media, I would like to own my content, giving people the opportunity to link directly to a web page I have built.
I have designed this website according to my aforementioned needs: a place to house some of my content and to share a bit about myself. And I can change this website as much as I want, when I want to do so, without having to worry about platforms and their changes.
I look forward to writing on this site. Please feel free to peruse my past blog posts until I start producing some new content, although a lot of what I have written was with reference to my old personal website.
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