I had started to create a page to shadow each chapter in the static portion of the site. This turned out to be a lot of work! Plus, it cluttered up the menu at the top of the blog.
So I have given in and added Disqus code to the bottom of each chapter. You can now comment on the articles as well as the blog posts.
Question: should I add Facebook commenting as well? Or does it creep ya’ll out to see your Facebook profile pic on a page which isn’t Facebook?
I have finally done it. After 7 years I have given in to modernity and set up a blog on this site. That said, do keep an eye on the main site. I am still updating the static articles, and that is the true home of the more timeless content.
I have started this blog to:
- Post drafts of future articles and updates of older articles.
- Provide a place for readers’ comment on the static articles (TBR).
- Comment on timely matters, sites I have found interesting, etc.
- Provide an RSS of updates to the main site
Who knows? Maybe after using WordPress enough, I’ll give in and use a CMS for the rest of the site. My current system of editing in Microsoft Word, extracting with a ruby script, tidying up with tidy, and ftp’ing to the server is a bit old fashioned…