A New Website

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For me, the task of building a personal website is fraught with so many of my technical, aesthetic,
and personal hangups that I hadn’t updated mine since mid-graduate school.
Thanks to consistent pestering by Maëlle,
though, I finally got around to re-building this one using a modern toolkit.
Hopefully I can keep it up to date.

Here are some of the pieces that I used to build it:


I made a few tweaks to the typical Blogdown setup that I think are neat and you may find useful, esoteric, or maddening:

I also think that I managed to port over all my old posts and have them redirect properly. Please let me know if you find any problems! You can find source code for the site on GitHub.

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