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This post is part of my video blog: In The Lab With Jay Jay.
I’m not sure what I should say about this. Or if I should say anything about it at all.
I’m learning to use GitHub Copilot. So far so good. Today I read:
Hey Craig. I’ve made some changes (hopefully improvements!) to the website:
Only the home page is working at the moment. I will get the other pages working soon, hopefully today.
Please do let me know (in no uncertain terms!) what you think of the new design. I’ve gone “mobile first”, so it should look respectable on your smart phone.
There’s been a little bit of spring cleaning around here today!
I’m trying to get my house in order so I can pass myself off as respectable when I start promoting my new show In The Lab With Jay Jay in earnest.
To that end I have reviewed the look and feel of my wiki. It no longer has that black, green, and orange monospaced font vibe going on, but now uses the relatively unoffensive default theme.
It’s not using the latest Vector theme, but rather the legacy one. This was deliberate because I have a lot of big tables in my wiki (such as on my computers and shopping pages) and the legacy theme plays nicer with those.
I’ve also been tweaking the website for my show, including an updated about page.
The AI has a sense of humor. :)