I love Helena García Hermida’s diary. Wild, spacious, ambiguous, playful, colourful, multilingual. Her site runs on Cargo, curious about which template she uses… Subscribe to her RSS feed.
This tutorial will teach you how to set up a personal website using Portfolio Starter, a starter kit for portfolio-driven websites made by Sam Baldwin and me. Check out the demo site to get a feel for how it looks, and visit the GitHub repo for more on how it works.
The tutorial is geared towards people that have little-to-no coding experience and are unfamiliar with things like GitHub, Eleventy, and Netlify. By the end of the tutorial you should understand terms like “repository” and “static site”; you’ll be able to edit your projects, pages, and posts; and your website will be hosted for free. Though basic experience with code such as HTML or CSS may be useful, it isn’t necessary for this tutorial since we’ll be using the hosting user interfaces to set this all up.
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SB just introduced me to Alice Bartlett’s blog. Don’t know how I missed it before, it’s excellent. Weaknotes 1 is a great intro to all of her more recent notes. Thank goodness for ppl like her sharing things like this.
I’ve moved my blog from Tumblr to WordPress, wanted to have more control over how my images display, how I group/categorise things, etc.
Jane Howarth’s beautiful bird guts and a rant about lousy artist statements
Very enjoyable blog, and a particularly enjoyable post by the writer.
One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age Photo Op
This tumblr accompanies One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age, the Geocities research blog by Olia Lialina…