I’ve purchased a domain name: jeffsmits.net. This weblog is now on blog.jeffsmits.net. I’ve made sure this blog stays available from the old URLs, but I can’t guarantee that new content will be available there. One of the perks of having a domain name is that you can switch around the back-end that hosts the content. For now the hosting is still GitHub Pages, but that may change at some point in the future (I don’t have concrete plans yet). To stay up to date I do advise RSS subscribers to use the feed through the new domain so you don’t lose your subscription when I swap out the back-end.

Sorry about the lack of posts in the last few months. I have a small post lined up for next week1, and I plan on picking up the once every 3-5 weeks blog post schedule again.

I know .net was originally intended to be used for networks. And I don’t usually consider myself a collection or network of cells but more a single entity. But .net has long been used for things other than the original intended use-case of networks2 so whatever ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  1. Hopefully, if health allows, stupid cold virus >:( 

  2. Like personal domains which don’t have a super weird/cheesy/hipster TLD