I’m easily sucked into a void when I love something. It’s both my biggest strength and weakness; I’ve spent so much effort training myself to use tools and establish workflows that play up this affect of mine, while still remaining (somewhat) sufficient. So, thankfully I love to code– I spend about 10 hours in front of TextWrangler every day. That leaves very little time for anything else, though.
As a Knight-Mozilla OpenNews fellow, I’m obligated to share my findings with you all, via blog form. Up until now, I’ve been blowing off the blog portion of my fellowship because
- I’m super busy coding all the time.
- I’m burned out on writing; grad school did a number on me.
- (I actually have been writing a lot: preparing for talks and such.)
But, enter Jekyll.
Jekyll actually makes blogging a bit more fun! Not only can I write my heart out in my favorite IDE, whenever the mood strikes,
So, I’m going to be having more fun with this…