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Made twitter widget dynamic, ref to gravatar

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twinklebob committed Mar 29, 2017
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@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ icons:
github: twinklebob
bitbucket: cyberneticiandave
twitter: cyberneticdave
twitter: CyberneticDave
facebook: david.lumm
google_plus: +DavidLumm
@@ -91,7 +91,8 @@ <h1 class="clearfix">
<hr class="with-no-margin"/>
<a class="twitter-timeline" data-height="420" href="">Tweets by CyberneticDave</a> <script async src="//" charset="utf-8"></script>
<a class="twitter-timeline" data-height="420" href="{{ site.icons.twitter }}">Tweets by @{{ site.icons.twitter }}</a>
<script async src="//" charset="utf-8"></script>
<div class="block sticky">
@@ -38,6 +38,8 @@ I eventually settled on using [Jekyll][2], which I liked for it's flexibility an
I had a look around for themes and settled on the [Ttskch Theme]( which I've been able to use with very little modification. I changed the colour-scheme using the colour scheme designer at []( All in all, I think it looks pretty good, don't you?
To save me keeping track of multiple avatars, I'm pulling in my avatar set at [Gravatar](, which means I can update in one place and my avatar updates on loads of websites including this one.
I'm hosting at [GitHub][1], although I could just as easily have hosted the site on my own host as it's all static pages. But I like the way the source control, build and hosting is all tied into one.
This is the first post on the new blog, but I've already got a few ideas, so hopefully it won't be long before there's some more posts!

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