My Reading List

This is a list of all the blogs I check on a daily basis. I use Feedly for this (although I'm not the biggest fan): Design Best Web Gallery Cool Infographics UX Magazine whatanicepost [Owltastic](http://owltastic.com/feed/" htmlUrl="http://owltastic.com) [Sarah Parmenter](http://feeds.feedburner.com/sarahparmenter" htmlUrl="http://www.sazzy.co.uk) Development Brock Allen Rob Conery MSDN Magazine ScottGu Jon Skeet Coding Horror The Morning Brew Roysvork you've been HAACKED JP Toto Fabulous Adventures In Coding Thursday Night Jimmy Bogard Signal vs. Noise Data Chomp Iris Classon Brad Wilson Rob Ashton…

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Moving to Ghost from Jekyll

I really like Jekyll. Its a nice simple blog engine, but it does have some drawbacks. Because it's a static blog generator you have to compile it on your local machine before uploading it. There is no backend tool so it can sometimes be a pain to sort things like images and previewing. And probably the most annoying is needing to have everything installed on your PC in order to edit a post. With this in mind I decided I'd try moving to Ghost. It's a new blog engine that seems to be gathering a lot of traction. Its got…

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Running Jekyll on Windows

Static blog generators have become very popular recently and with good reason. They are simple without any of the bulk of Wordpress or Blogger and they allow you to host it using providers that don't have any ??server side language. One of the more popular generators is Jekyll. Partly because it is used by GitHub, which just so happens to be place most people host them. There is just one problem with Jekyll though. It can be a little tricky to get it working on Windows. This post will hopefully help you solve this. I've highlighted any gotchas in bold…

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