Hayden White's Personal Site

Welcome to my little corner of the World Wide Web.
If you haven't already, you can claim your own corner too.

World Wide Web


wtf do i name this EP

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This site acts as an index for my creations, a haven for expressing myself and my way of tinkering with HTML/CSS.
Its very existence is a resistance to the centralization and consolidation of the current world wide web.
All the code is hand-typed by me. You can view the awful mess of a codebase here!
I aim to keep the site fairly minimal and bloat-free (currently 99% HTML!)
This site is best viewed on a desktop or laptop.
It's also completely ad-free.

This site is hosted on Gitlab Pages and is made with the Jekyll static site generator (SSG).


Add the code below to your website to embed my 88x31 button!

<a href="https://whitevhs.xyz/" target="_blank"><img alt="white VHS" src="https://whitevhs.xyz/whiteVHS.gif" title="white VHS" /></a>

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"Software freedom is human freedom!"
I'd like to personally thank Linus Torvalds for the creation
of Git and the Linux kernel, and Richard M. Stallman for the
GNU operating system and the GNU General Public Licenses (GPL).

Happy Hacking! A hacker is someone who enjoys playful cleverness—not necessarily with computers.
The programmers in the old MIT free software community of the 60s and 70s referred to themselves as hackers.
Around 1980, journalists who discovered the hacker community mistakenly took the term to mean “security breaker.”
Please don't spread this mistake. People who break security are “crackers.” (or cybercriminals)