Updated site to use Blueprint CSS again

Recently I changed how the content on this site was generated, from using the standalone OS X application RapidWeaver, to the server-side publishing platform Movable Type. During that transition I changed the site’s style to the minimalist default offered by MT, which uses its own CSS for column layout and typography.

Tonight I finally got around to switching the site back to blueprint-css, which I very much prefer. I used the superb application CSSEdit to help me massage Movable Type’s style into something that compatible with Blueprint’s own typography and layout.

I hope the result is pleasing. If anyone sees strange artifacts or display issues, please let me know. I’m aware code examples were being truncated on the right side before, but this should be corrected now. More on Haskell to come soon!