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Switching content types in Hugo: A step-by-step guide

Hugo, the little static site generator that powers this website, offers two main content organization options known as page bundles. Page bundles provide a way to group page resources in leaf and branch bundles, allowing for more structured content management. In this quick guide, I will show you how to easily switch between the two types without much manual work.

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Notes from the Laboratory: May 2023

I am trying this new “thing” of “reporting” what I was up to in a certain time period this year, and monthly reviews just sound like something normal people would do. So bear with me while I am typing up this report.

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Creating a Hugo site index

I recently cut out a feature from this website that exported all the content to a JSON file, which I then used to populate my Algolia search index. However, I removed this functionality because I found a more efficient search engine for my small blog.

Patch Notes: Hélène Vogelsinger

I am a huge fan of electrically created soundscapes. People with cables punching them into holes connecting things that rotate elecrons, reverb waves, negate sounds, and create, what is not there. Hélène Vogelsinger is one of these artists. She creates beautiful soundscapes with her modular synthesizers.

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Notes from the Laboratory: April 2023

I am trying this new “thing” of “reporting” what I was up to in a certain time period this year, and monthly reviews just sound like something normal people would do. So bear with me while I am typing up this report.

That wasn’t my fault

That wasn’t my fault

A slight spoiler warning for the third season of “Star Trek: Picard” ahead. I am binging currently (maybe later some notes about this habit) the third and final season of “Star Trek: Picard.” So many of my “peers” were unhappy about it and the whole three-season run.

React, visualized

React, visualized

Are you new to React and feeling overwhelmed by its concepts and syntax? Or maybe you’re a seasoned developer looking for a quick refresher on React’s fundamentals? Either way, the folks at react.gg and ui.dev got you covered with their just released visualized guide to React.

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Notes from the Laboratory: March 2023

I am trying this new “thing” of “reporting” what I was up to in a certain time period this year, and monthly reviews just sound like something normal people would do. So bear with me while I am typing up this report.

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