Design Tweaks and New Content!

So I’ve tweaked the design of the blog a bit.

  • There’s now a header, and all the links that were in the sidebar are now in the header. There were simply too many things being added and it was getting unwieldy having them all in the sidebar.
  • It’s now fully responsive on all levels of mobile, tablet included!
  • I’ve added a new page with a bunch of content I’ve been collecting on the subject of Interstellar Travel.

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Hi, I'm Rob! I'm a blogger and software developer. I wrote petfeedd, dystill, and various other projects and libraries. I'm into electronics, general hackery, and model trains and airplanes. I am based in Huntsville, Alabama, USA.

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