This is a wild mind garden hosting thoughts and resources about creative coding and building digital gardens which I might find helpful while building one of my own. Occasionally, I document progress done on my site.
The blocks "planted" here are aimed at my own learning as much as your interest. Feel free to interact with the channel, make connections between and use the comments to share feedback or initiate a conversation.
—Facebook and the media: united, they attack the web
Sooner or later I will write a little more about how I built the site, what inspired its design, and what tools I used. But in the meantime, I'm enjoying having my weekends back to myself. Until the next project!
Anyhow, I'm proud to share it with the world and I'm open to any feedback. From design tips to Jekyll hacks and anything in between.
It's no surprise that I'm incredibly excited a little bit worried to put this site out there. In a way, self coding a personal website these days, like a bird once said, it's radical. And risky. It exposes you to criticism that somehow hits harder because there is you behind the product and not some ready-built platform.
I did it! I built the site and published it just a couple of days ago.