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	<h1>Moving away from WordPress</h1>
	<p><time datetime="2016-06-09">Thu 9 Jun 2016</time>
	<p>That's enough WordPress. I'm a fairly private person, and I wasn't blogging enough. Instead, I'd like to strengthen my development skills by writing my own blog back-end, which in itself will give me something to blog about. Hopefully I'll learn a few new Python bits and pieces along the way, and I'll get to play with some newer CSS too.
	<p>For now, mostly because I've just realised I'll have to do it to save this file, here's my favourite trick in Vim: <code>:w !sudo tee %</code>. It uses <code>sudo</code> to obtain elevated permissions in order to write a file that you'd otherwise lack permissions to alter (probably because you forgot to invoke your Vim session using <code>sudo</code> in the first place, as I just did).
	<p>I forget where I learned it — either <a href="http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/1204/save-a-file-you-edited-in-vim-without-the-needed-permissions">commandlinefu.com</a> or the <a href="http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Su-write">Vim Tips Wiki</a> — but it's begging to be <a href="https://twitter.com/dmi/status/314330241264930816">aliased as <code>ffs</code></a>. ;-)
	<p>And finally, check out the (ahem…‘minimal’) <a href="source.html">source</a> of this page. Totally valid markup. HTML5 lets you get away with murder.