New Theme

Hi Everyone,

I have been reading some ways to take a blog to the next level, linked by the ever resourceful and connected Seth Godin.

I am considering switching themes. I had a rough time of it when I was using StumbleUpon a while back and came across a few different sites that had the same theme as this one. It’s a testament to the creator of the theme, but a bad way to stand out.  As such, I’m going to embark upon making my own theme. I’m sure there will be some component of circuits and analog electronics on there. I mean, this is an analog blog, right? If you have any suggestions for me, please leave them in the comments.

I’ve also gotten tired of seeing the main column of this blog be so narrow, so I have adjusted the width and am working on adjusting all the peripheral columns and such. If you are having trouble seeing this site, please leave a comment or email me (see the contact section of the blog). Thanks for your help!

By Chris Gammell

Chris Gammell is an engineer who talks more than most other engineers. He also writes, makes videos and a couple podcasts. While analog electronics happen to be his primary interests, he also dablles in FPGAs and system level design.

One reply on “New Theme”

The way I see it, the purpose of the theme is just to provide potential readers with some idea of what is going to be written about on the blog, and to give the author (you) some sort of inspiration on what to write about. If you are inspired to write about something else, go for it; the theme wasn’t meant to stifle your ability to write about certain topics. If other people are upset about you drifting from the theme, it will just provide more things to write about! Isn’t that rather poetic?

As for circuits, I am glad I don’t have to know anything about them, but I like hearing about your [mis]adventures with them, so keep it coming!

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