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Minor revision to my first article

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Recently I've been converted to Static Site Generators, specifically [Middleman] which allows me to use [Haml] and [Sass] at design time and generate a static site that I can host on [Github Pages][gh-pages]. I'll write more about Middleman later. That takes care of 1-3.
-4 might be a little trickier. I don't consider myself to be a designer. I have needed to design things in the past, and I've usually managed to pull something reasonable together eventually; but I've also worked with actual designers and they'll say something like "okay, now give that section a 1 pixel margin" and suddenly an awkward page transforms into a minor masterpeice. It really is depressingly impressive.
+4 might be a little trickier. I don't consider myself to be a natural designer. I have needed to design things in the past, and I've usually managed to pull something reasonable together eventually; but I've also worked with actual designers and they'll say something like "okay, now give that section a 1 pixel margin" and suddenly an awkward page transforms into a minor masterpeice. It really is depressingly impressive.
If I could just get the [Typography right][web-typography] that would be a good start. So the simplest way to at least partially satisfy 4 would be:
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