Said the programmer (props for Haskell by the way! ;)) with a dozen of hobbies and strong tendency to ponder. Dude, you have more interesting things to say than almost every single blog I read so far! Your literal dotfiles alone helped me a lot and were a cool thing to read.
Woah woah woah. You read my dotfiles?
My mind is blown. I was actually thinking about yanking those from my github, since I've moved to neovim, but I guess I won't now.
Don't pigeon-hole yourself with something specific and talk about stuff that's on your mind. I'm by all means serious.
This is good advice. And flattering. Most of the blogs I've read have been focused in on one or two things. I've read a lot recently, combing over hakyll repositories.
I really like how Matt Wetmore has moved his footnotes along side the text in the margin, but I don't like the way he did it. Not that that matters, as his repository doesn't have a license for me to yank that anyways.