Archive for August 30th, 2013

I haven't been blogging or programming a whole lot over the past year, since I started teaching two Tanach (Bible) classes. Even two hours a week, irregularly, represents a lot of work, and pretty much has sucked up all my intellectual free time. So not much Javascript. But I have been recording the notes (sort of condensed essays, 1000–2000 words) online so I could refer to them, and I've learned something about creating a website that is text, not data or doing-stuff, oriented. The site is; the classes are Shiurim and Parasha.

I don't expect any reader of this blog to understand the Hebrew or the details of Biblical exegesis, but these notes are more about design issues and resources that would be relevant to almost anyone.

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