I launched Nuclear Bits back in July 2012. Up until that point, I had been “blogging” on and off at http://preshit.net since 2008 and it was time to retire that site. I was looking to start fresh with a new site, a new name and new place for all the interesting links and articles, and after a couple of weeks of work, Nuclear Bits was born. Over the last three years, I have published a little over 300 posts here, posting content across topics like Apple, apps, consumer technology, India, photography, videos, etc.
Today, I introduce Nuclear Bits 2.0. The site now sports a single column layout, with the beautiful Whitney typeface from Hoefler & Co replacing the old serif, which was Process Type Foundry’s Elena. The site should also be much more responsive now, being powered by CloudFlare‘s network.
This isn’t just a visual refresh though. I’ve also gotten rid of a lot of junk that seemed like a good idea back in 2012, but just doesn’t fit in with the trends of 2015. Overall, this took about 4 hours of work on a Sunday and I’m quite happy with the results.
I’m also a lot more motivated now and plan to get back to posting quality stuff here again.
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