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# Blog

#### <span class="date">2020-05-29</span> [Writing a personal whois API](/whois-api.html)

A while back I wrote a `whois` API to contain some basic information about me. It was written in Node.JS, and had different JSON responses based on the path you requested (e.g. `/name`, `/job`, etc.). The code is [here](https://git.sr.ht/~ols/whois.ols.wtf/tree/master/app.js) if you are interested in how the first iteration of this project worked. It was hosted on an intentionally-unnamed SaaS provider that just wasn't up to scratch.

#### <span class="date">2020-05-22</span> [How I Publish Notes](/how-i-publish-notes.html)

I have a love/hate relationship with writing blog posts. On the one hand, I love looking back at stuff that I have written, and I like the sense of accomplishment I get when I look at the post in all its glory, formatted nicely, on the Internet for the world to see. On the other hand, I find it really hard to commit to a single idea in enough detail to make it worthwhile spending the time writing a blog post.