For a long while I've wanted to host this blog rather than utilize a service like Google's blogger. My biggest hesitation was blogging software tends to be a common means of getting pwned. I could write straight HTML, but then the content is mingled with the markup - it feels dirty. FrontPage you say? Well, that's just not cool enough.
Enter Acrylamid, a simple, but powerful means of generating a static website. Out of the box, it supports:
For styling, I'm utilized the responsive template from Initializr. While I've used both Bootstrap and their HTML5 reset in the past, this is the first time I've gone responsive. It's surprisingly straight forward and seems to work well on my android devices.
But wait! Where are the comments? Sorry folks - no comments. I debated about using a service like Disqus, but I just dislike the idea of including a third-party service (and consequentially tracking) on my site. If you have feedback, see the about page. There are numerous means of communicating with me there.