The contents of this website, except where otherwise noted, are copyright © 2003—2014 Joey Day.
This website was made with 100% recycled pixels. It was lovingly handcrafted on a Mac and an iPad using the excellent Coda software by Panic and the wonderful Textastic app by Alexander Blach. Graphics were manufactured principally with Adobe Fireworks. I don’t care which browser you use to view my site, but I do recommend you browse happy.
The site is powered by the mighty WordPress blogging platform and the versatile Thematic theme framework. The Akismet service keeps spam at bay, and the W3 Total Cache plugin keeps everything super speedy. The Holy Scripturizer and LDS Linker plugins facilitate automagical hyperlinking of Bible references and LDS Standard Works references, and the snazzy sidebar content is rendered by the Instapress and Twitter Widget Pro plugins and a LibraryThing widget.
This site lives on a real honest-to-goodness cloud where it is affectionately cared for by the fanatical folks at Rackspace. It runs on the ever-dependable Ubuntu operating system. I use the very convenient Prompt app to manage the server when I’m on the go, and I monitor uptime with the amazing Pingdom service. I register all my domain names with the refreshingly uncomplicated Hover.
The main content of this site is presented in the charming PT Serif font, courtesy of the free Google Web Fonts library. Other content may appear in handsome Helvetica Neue or Helvetica’s red-headed stepchild Arial, depending on which is available on your device.
Keen eyes will spot an icon or two from the elegant Token icon set by Evan Brooks. These are used by permission under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. A lot of the other icons are copyright their respective owners, but are used only to link to their sites, so I believe this constitutes fair use.
Unless otherwise indicated, Bible quotations are from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a division of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
That was more information than anybody will ever want to know, but what are you going to do about it? You’re the one who clicked the “more info” link, so as far as I’m concerned you brought this on yourself.
You’re still reading? You son of a gun. Call me and mention this paragraph and I’ll buy you a beer.