A couple of weeks ago a good friend of mine, Heather, asked if I had time to meet for lunch. We picked a time and met at one of the many taquiera sprouting up here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Normally we get together two or three times a year as an excuse to eat tacos and commiserate about the ups and downs of working in the design field. Nice person that she is, Heather always has a small gift for me. Something from the garden, or a sample of a new recipe she’s working on. (Manors-wise, I could learn a lot from Heather.) This time though, she had a much bigger surprise in store for me.
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And just like that I’m moving my site back to Pulse CMS. Nothing against Statamic, I think it’s a great flat-file CMS, but I don’t have the luxury of time to learn its structure, syntax, YAML and the rest right now.
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Over Labor Day weekend I got it in my head to change things up a bit with rustbelt.co. I had an unused license for Statamic going to waste, so I switched my site from WordPress. I decided to make the switch because I use WordPress almost exclusively at work, and I realized this site is a perfect opportunity to learn a new CMS.\r\n
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So why “Rust Belt Co.?” At the turn of the 19th century, major changes were taking place in America’s Midwest.
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