Colophon \Col”ophon\ (k[o^]l”[-o]f[o^]n), n. [L. colophon finishing stroke, Gr. kolofw`n; cf. L. culmen top, collis hill. Cf. Holm.]

An inscription, monogram, or cipher, containing the place and date of publication, printer’s name, etc., formerly placed on the last page of a book.

— from The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 via dict.org

This site was built using the Jekyll Twitter Bootstrap template, created by Tamara Temple. It includes elements of Jekyll, Twitter Bootstrap, and FontAwesome.

Recently (4 Sep 2017), I redesigned the site to remove the sticky headers and footers. I’ve become quite disenchanted with them since they make it difficult read an article simply by paging through with the space bar.

Additionally, I’m using flexbox more and more. Eventually, I may completely strip out the bootstrap stuff.

Special thanks to @jaybe (at irc://freenode.net/#jekyll) and @parkr for all their help, interest, and encouragement.

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