Due to an accident with my website, all the blog pictures have been deleted from the server. Over the next couple of weeks I will try to restore as many as possible, but due to my strict clean up nature when it comes to local files, most files I may not have around any more.
I have made several improvements to the blog section of my website. While the visual changes are minimal, the blog pages are now primarily rendered by WordPress itself. This makes drafting and previewing posts easier, and also makes the code a bit less obtuse.
With these changes I am also hoping to introduce a regular schedule. I will be posting a new blog entry every other week on Friday, starting with my post from yesterday. In the other weeks, I will usually be posting on the Roche Fusion dev log instead.
It is now possible to follow my blogposts by using the feed in your favourite feed manager, or you can follow me on Twitter (@tomrijnbeek) where I will also be announcing my blogs in addition to thoughts and images on whatever I am working on or thinking about at the time.
It has been a tiny bit quiet on here, mainly because there is so much to do. I am planning on writing a small update on my research project today or tomorrow, so stay tuned for more information on that. In the meanwhile, I did make some small updates to my website.
If you are reading this, you probably already figured it out: my blog is up and running. My website has already been up for a few months now, but I wasn’t happy about the design. Furthermore, my wish to not have my website run on WordPress, made the editing experience for my blog not as slick as I wanted, so that kinda died off.
So, here we are, a few months later with a revamped design and an actual blogpost. How did that happen?