Timothy’s Burden δ

I have decid­ed not to stick with Cut­line. It is a fan­tas­tic theme, but it did­n’t real­ly stand out from the crowd. When I browse to my own web­site and it seems bland, that’s a prob­lem. I have decid­ed to go with (Not So) Fresh, and am so far very pleased. This is the fourth major design change for Tim­o­th­y’s Bur­den, and so I’m call­ing this revi­sion δ, or delta for those unfa­mil­iar with Greek letters.

The style switch should be con­sid­ered some­what “live,” as over the next week or so I’ll be cus­tomiz­ing and tweak­ing it to my lik­ing. I also want to (re-)start tag­ging my posts to give users yet anoth­er avenue of brows­ing my con­tent. Lots to do, but it will be fun. Let me know if any­thing about the new style specif­i­cal­ly needs worked on or if some­thing just plain does­n’t work cor­rect­ly or as expect­ed. The style is impor­tant to me, but ulti­mate­ly it is for you. I most­ly browse the back­end, so the fron­tend design is ulti­mate­ly for your aes­thet­ic ben­e­fit. Feel free to drop some suggestions.

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