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It occurred to me that the kind of writing I want to do does not lend itself well to the chronological style of traditional blogging. Rather, I wanted to write wiki-style living documents (more about this here). I've been "blogging" on and off in a sense for quite some time now, and my blog has travelled with me through Tumblr, Wordpress, Ghost, Jekyll, and finally here.

The posts, or rather articles, that fit the new structure, now live in the correct places. But some posts no longer make sense except in a chronological context, and so exist here for posterity. For example, every time I migrated, I wrote a post to commemorate the event!

Hello, world!

Migration to WordPress

The Importance of Making Backups

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To Fail the Turing Test Against Yourself