Web development

I originally got into web stuff as a blogger who didn’t want to pay for a website. If you’re in the same boat, I recommend Wordpress, which is easy to get started with but also provides a pretty powerful and customizable pre-built backend if you ever get more interested in development like I did. (If you do want to learn more about web development, I highly recommend The Odin Project, which is a free alternative to a coding boot camp with tons and tons of resources).

I no longer have a WP day job, but I occasionally do small client projects. I’m also really enjoying working on this site with Obsidian, which is a super robust productivity, publishing and thought-organization software that’s exactly the right amount of hacky for me.

The nature of this note situation is that some of the notes will always be extremely unfinished.
Questions? Comments? Write to me at lauradawngyre@gmail.com (or @me).