Migrated to Jekyll

Around the beginning of April last year I started to have problems generating my site from it’s source code. At the time it was using Pelican and was somewhat enjoying what it provided. However then it stopped working.

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The wikipedia page of the day is the Ferriman-Gallwey score

While it is April fools the Ferriman-Gallwey score is no joke. I bet you did not know that there was a scale to measure excessive hairiness (specifically Hirsutism) on a women.

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The wikipedia pages of the day are about Surnames

We as human enjoy sorting our world to better make sense of it. One of the fastest growing elements of our world happens to be ourselves and one of the most effective methods we use to separate ourselves is based on our lineage. Strangely we seem to have developed the concept of family names independently across the globe with only slight variations in the naming conventions.

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Moving beyond word-wise motions

Recently I have been working quite a bit on my Vim skills. If you don’t use Vim and don’t want to read about a text editor you may wish to stop reading here. For the past two years I had turned off the arrow keys in Vim. I did this with the hope that I would stop having to move my hands from the home row. A couple of months ago I gave myself the arrow keys back to see if I was ready to use them responsibly. I found that I was (mostly) ready and stay on the home row most of the time when moving around.

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The wikipedia page of the day is The World Archipelago

The world is a series of small islands near Dubai. The islands have been unpopulated for a while but recently has seen potential to be built upon. I strongly believe that if you are looking for an evil hideaway with a great commute time look no further then a small piece of Asia. Check it at google maps.

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The wikipedia page of the day is ls

For myself, as a computer nerd, the program ls is my portal to all of my files. It is a very simple program as it adheres to the Unix philosophy of “do one thing and do it well”. All that ls does is list the files in a directory. Any directory!

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The wikipedia page of the day is Antonio Stratavarius

Antonio Stratavarius was and is regarded as one of the greatest violin makers. Antonio’s stunning designs strongly influenced modern violins. Today his violins are stilled played in concert by top musicians. At auction his violins (and more) sell for millions of dollars.

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A new a stylish look around the site. Thanks to sass

So if you have seen the site before this post you will have noticed that we(the royal we [aka. we := I ]) have gone though (and are going though) some changes in the layout of the site.

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The wikipedia page of the day is River Crossing Puzzles

Today’s page is a type of simple puzzle the Wolf, Cabbage, Sheep Puzzle.

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The wikipedia page of the day is Shoegazing

Shoegazing is a Genre of music. My interest in it is based on the name.

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