All the articles on my website sorted by title.
- 2020 Book RecommendationsRecommendations from books I read and liked in 2020.
- A Liturgy for Wearing MasksA short prayer for when its necessary to wear a mask.
- Art Doesn't Have to be ViralThe promise of the internet is one of instant fame, and if you play your cards right, fortune that can literally take you to the stars, but is that really art's purpose?
- Automate Git Submodule Updates with Script KitA short guide on how I update git submodules using script kit to publish this website
- Books as PlacesBooks are not only physical objects. They take up space and so they are places.
- Create a Basic Svelte SiteA short guide to creating a simple Svelte site with animations and transitions.
- How I Coded This WebsiteA little bit about how I coded this website with GatsbyJS.
- How I used Twitter as a CMSHow I built a website that uses the Twitter API to fetch data from tweets I liked to create a grid of colors.
- How I wrote in 2020The tools I used to write in 2020.
- How Temperatures have Changed in the Places I’ve Called HomeUnscientific temperature analysis of places I've lived and reflections on how we interact with our homes.
- How to Understand PoetryA brief attempt to explain how to frame and understand poetry.
- How to use Github to keep track of your learning goalsUse GitHub to learn in public and keep track of your learning goals.
- Hypertext WritingEvery medium has its strengths. There are considerable strengths inherent to a digital, web-based, way of thinking -- first and foremost is the sheer amount of interactivity and connections you can make.
- On Writing Poems DailyMy reflections on writing one poem every day for a year.
- Son of CainThoughts on Steinbeck's East of Eden and a poem inspired by the story of Cain and Abel.
- The Best Context Aware Link is You!We are in a modern renaissance of hypertext thinking, but the lynchpin is not bi-directional linking, it's you.
- The Novelized Epic: Dialogue and Laughter in The Lord of the RingsIn The Lord of the Rings the combined elements of the epic and the novel do not result in an unapproachable epic; instead, The Lord of the Rings as a novel liberates the epic genre from “all that serves as a brake on [its] unique development," creating an amalgamation of the two forms in dialogue with one another, a novelized epic.
- Typesetting Poems with LaTeXAn introduction to typesetting poetry with LaTeX
- Using Dendron and Gatsby Together 🌲How I integrated my Dendron repository and my Gatsby.js website.
- Using Notion to Create a User Database: Part IUsing Notion's API to create a User Database using Node JS
- Which Poetic Form is Best?How to choose which form to use to write a poem.
- Why I Self PublishedWhy I made the decision to self publish my collection of poetry - Seasons of Thought.
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