This site would not be possible without the help of a lot of people and some really cool projects & technologies. In fact, the list is so big, I’m almost certain to have left out some important entries.
If you think I missed your work in these acknowledgements, please drop me a note in the comments so I can update the page.
In alphabetical order…
Rasmus Andersson - Lots of inspiration for what can be done with Jekyll as a CMS for static sites
Damon Bauer - Design inspiration & some really helpful Jekyll-related posts
Zhihao Li - Published a post (and a Jekyll theme) that helped me better understand how to use Jekyll tags & categories
Derek Sivers - Among other things, inspired me to add my “Now” page
Posts, Projects & Technologies
The toolchain I use currently consists of Jekyll, Git, Bitbucket, and AWS S3/Cloudfront. The hat-tips below largely reflect that.
Bootstrap - Front-end framework & stress remover
Case insensitive sort with Jekyll / Liquid - Nifty post on how to sort Liquid collections (like the one on this page) without case sensitivity
Cookie Consent - Insites’ outstanding solution for compliance with EU cookie laws
Disqus - Engagement platform. also, comments for static sites
flag-icon-css - A collection of all country flags in SVG, plus the CSS to pull them into your site
Git - Distributed version controle system. static content management system. ‘undo’ for crazy ideas
GitHub - Where, increasingly it seems, open source projects live
Jekyll - Static site generator
Liquid - Templating language for web apps
Stack Overflow - No code was cut & pasted in the creation of this site. ;-)
Today I Learned - Multiline Strings in YAML - Good reminder for how to notate multiline YAML strings intended for markdown processing
YAML - Human-readable data serialization format. Like XML, except you can type it. Like JSON, except you can read it