This site is generated with Jekyll, a static site generator written in Ruby. It's been great so far, although I just came across Hakyll recently, and I'm tempted to port this site to Hakyll on some theoretical lazy afternoon in the future.

It's hosted on Github. It has no external dependencies and only uses javascript for traffic analytics (i.e. no javascript is required to run anything on the page). I was heavily inspired by this charming site when I made this one -- I think a lot of websites are over-engineered, and I wanted my site to be as simple and lightweight as possible. As a result, my website may not have any fancy features, but it renders well on every device, it's fast, and it's accessible to users with screen readers and other alternative browsers. What more could a personal website need?