Posts tagged with “web” - page 2

Hosting a self-built jekyll site on GH pages

This blog is built from markdown files using Jekyll hosted on GitHub pages, which saves a lot of hassle involved with DIY hosting[^hassle]. There are a bunch of useful tutorials on how to set all this up.

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COMP1720 teaser

If you’re an ANU student and you want to learn how to make art with code, then sign up for COMP1720/6720 in semester 2, 2017. Taught by me and a bunch of internationally recognised artists (there’s a weekly computational artist guest lecture) it’s the best way to scratch the art+code itch at the ANU.

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benswift.me update (July 2017 edition)

Well, benswift.me has been given another coat of paint. The content’s still a bit sparse, but hopefully this time it’ll be the place to go to keep up with my adventures in livecoding, research and just generally making thing with computers—and teaching others to do the same.

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Blog refresh

Another year, and another blog refresh. It’s still a clojure-powered static site with my own fumbling, hand-rolled css, but this time I’m using Cryogen which has been pretty nice to work with so far.

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