My website is now online.
There is little substantive material in posts so far; they mainly concern writing on legal and contractual-esque obligations. However, I am working to update my individual pages to ensure some useful static content is available. I hope to add some links to the Link's page today.
A blog seemed like an easy enough platform for my writing. It is—once set up. And it is not—when setting up. I have had to refresh my memory of what I learnt when I first taught myself HTML about eleven years ago; and have had to learn a plethora of new technologies developed in the eight or so years since I stopped needing HTML.
I am still learning. But enough feels lodged back into my head to produce and update the simplest blog I could arrange. While blogging is perhaps simpler than other web-presences, I prefer a technical and hands-on approach to most web-technology. I was and am unhappy with using content management services on their own. So I have made the whole process a little more complicated for me than it needed to be.
I have concentrated my effort in the past week or three to this re-learning curve, rather than producing content for this blog. That re-learning curve is now secondary to a desire to write useful content.
I plan to post my aims for this blog, which will be a backdated post for a suitable chronology. I plan to post a series of steps, or a fluid framework I use when writing law essays. It should not take long to transcribe my relevant notes to publishable posts.
Thank you for reading,
Created: 26 July 2013. Version: 1.1: 10 July 2016.