Aubrey Portwood

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31.0 Trevor Hall

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I’m super pumped to release the latest version of my site (which is always changing!).

I’ve included a few screenshots, because I’m sure things will change. The theme is a child theme based on my favorite theme Publish by Konstantin Kovshenin.

It features a Twitter-like mast head I’ve always admired and my favorite WordPress wallpaper which I’ve been using in most of my profiles. The main menu has been given a little more focus with a border, categories in the sidebar are easier to follow with a border too, the edges of everything have been rounded some, and it’s a bit wider.

I’ve also decided to start a new repo for my site using Mark Jaquith’s WordPress Skeleton which should always be on Github now. I’ve marked this version as 31.0 Trevor Hall.

I’ve also decided to let versions [of my site, not this theme] follow my age, so I’m 31, so starting in October this year I’ll move to 32.0. Names will also follow my favorite music at the time, so that will act as a good log of my tastes in music as things progress so that should be fun.

Trevor Hall

Trevor Hall just started popping up in my Spotify and I was totally hooked. You’re really surprised to hear him sing once you see him, it’s almost like his voice shouldn’t be coming from a dreaded skinny guy. His music is relaxing, inspiring, and very alternative. Soon after listening to his music on repeat, I started to look into him more.

His recent music is inspired by some of his recent travels to India, and for the past few years I’ve been really connecting with Buddhism and eastern religions and so I gravitated to his lyrics and story. I consider myself a multi-religious person and Trevor seems to be as well, very open, very grey, very accepting.

His more tame stuff is the best, I think, but he has a wide range of music. Lime tree is one of my other favorite songs. He also has this funny duet with his sister you can check out too, he’s a pretty good freestyler.

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