I recently read a great essay by Michael Harris where he dwells into his present-day struggles to read patiently, the old way. With focus. Paragraphs swirled; sentences snapped like twigs; and sentiments bled out. The usual, these days. I drag my vision across the page and process little. Half an hour later, I throw down the book and watch some Netflix. I completely empathise with this. I had realised early last year how difficult it had become for me to read, surrounded by the all-time connected gadgets.
It is August. I like to think I am a writer. Somewhere deep down, I also know, though, that I am first a developer. So every August, I happen to relook at the current setup for my presence on the web, go back to the drawing board and change things. Simplicity vs Customisation This domain has had its fair share of hops across multiple CMSes and hosting networks. It began its journey on wordpress.