This is the website of Kevin "The Nuclear" Bloom. There isn't really anything too exciting on here, it was mostly just a small project that I thought about doing. It was created entirely in Emacs using org-mode and hosted on an old Raspberry Pi found inside my apartment. If you're wondering why I chose to create this site with org-mode, it is explained in the this blog post. If you're also wondering why it looks like it came straight out of the early 2000s, you can read about it on this post.

This site is entirely static, so you won't find any cool games. However, you will find a bunch of blog posts that talk about everything from Free Software to metaphysics to mathematics to Christianity. That being said, if you don't like any of those things, this probably isn't the place for you. Unless you're interested in contacting me for whatever reason.

I don't want to take all the credit for this masterpiece of a website. Most of the design, org config, and ideas (nginx & rsync) came from Dennis Ogbe, a fellow Emacs saint. His site really spoke to me - much like Eric S. Raymond's site does. So, I decided to use his layout to get a feel on how this all works. In the words of Richard Stallman (paraphrased): "The best way to learn how to program is by looking at others' source code."