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I wasn't sure where to put this, but this seems the best place.

I've wanted to put together a web site for putting some thoughts down and also use it for marketing to some degree. Not really a blog sight (for now) because I'm not committed to blogging daily or weekly and believe that neglected blogs look really lame.

What I have in mind is a site to put some written papers on, perhaps some tools demos, perhaps some architecture thoughts, etc.

Can anyone point me to some really well-done personal web sites done by programmers?
 
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If you find it, let me know
I actually use a blog for that... don't worry about blogging daily: I post on average once a month and once in a while somebody finds it interesting
 
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Mine is truly lame then. I post to it maybe a handful of times a year.
 
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Here is a well-designed website: http://www.insightsentertainment.com/
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A creative title, knowing the target audience and search engine friendliness are something I will look at first. Simple, but effective like the JavaRanch
 
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