“It is one thing to mortify curiosity, another to conquer it.”
― Robert Louis Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Curiouser and curiouser, so said Alice as she telescoped to nine feet tall. She ate her cake and you can too! Ever wanted to blog like a hacker but didn’t want to mess around installing complicated command line ruby apps and all that junk?

Well, you’re in luck! Create your new blog in just three easy steps.

  1. Fork a copy of this blog on GitHub (you have an account of course)
  2. Rename your resulting repository to username.github.io (replacing username with your username of course)
  3. That’s it, pretty much! (you’ll probably want to edit/delete/add your own posts in the _posts directory and customise the _config.yaml file of course)

Start sharing your new URL!

You can edit all of the site files directly on GitHub’s web interface, or else clone a copy locally, and hack away. You might also wish to satiate your curiosity further by trying out some other Jekyll themes, Hyde for example.

So anyway I’m about to begin reading this book, which strangely enough, I have never read before. ‘Till next time.