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It's launch time! By Eva Webb | October 9, 2021

Yay! We’re live! Hello my beautifuls, Okay, so it’s launch night, and I wanted to take a minute to talk to you all about what’s going on. The Hugo install and recode went pretty well, all things considered. I got a lot of little unexpected tidbits of functioanlity out of it that I didn’t think were possible, and I’m pretty jazzed with the result. But I don’t want you to get the idea that this is a tech blog.


Moving away from Wordpress By Eva Webb | September 30, 2021

I have some mixed feelings about this. Moving to Hugo from Wordpress. The podcast website was my last Wordpress website, and there’s a part of this that feels like the end of an era. It’s just that Wordpress, in its current “do everything for everybody” state is unwieldy, and unstable, arguably unfixable. Guttenberg is impossible to use, and adds both layers of complexity and difficulty to the base install that was never there before.


Rebranding announcement! By Eva Webb | September 23, 2021

Hello my babies, So something funny happened the other day. It’s happened before. Actually, it’s happened a lot. And more than I care to admit, but apprently, Titular as in Titular Characters is hard for people to pronounce. Go figure. This hit me last night in the chat on Not Near Mint, a great interview series on Youtube, and both Rob, and Miracle Man had issues pronouncing it. Which is weird, becasue, this is not a strange or unusual word for me.


Going on break! By Eva Webb | September 5, 2021

So, I know you can’t see these yet, but I wanted to put this down, just in case, at some point in the future, I would have a back blog to show off. Today, we’re releasing the last episode of the season with Taylor Eposito, and it was an absolutely fantastic show. Thoroughly enjoyed doing it. But I’ve got some personal stuff going on right now, and I’m starting to feel like I’m burning myself out.

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