New Blog Design

by Feb 11, 2011Personal, Tech0 comments

I just installed a new theme for the blog; it’s my favorite yet. Kudos to Nick Roach of Elegant Themes, whose sites are easy to use, powerful, and beautiful. Buy a theme from him by clicking this link and you support the work of βλογάπη.

For $39, you can download as many of his themes as you want for a year. You can use only one at a time, but as soon as you tire of it you can get a new one. He churns out new ones regularly, and he has a pretty deep portfolio.

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