OMG OMG, you are surely saying to yourself, this is not the blog I was expecting! To which, verily, I reply: Get used to it. After literally years of I-really-should-do-that-sometime-soon, I wrote a new layout. And it only took me, like, three months. And it's not really finished. There will be much tweaking in the days and weeks to come.
The new layout, as you probably have noticed, has no sidebar, just a 500 px central column of verbiage. All the sidebary stuff is now in the footer, which, if things were working correctly, you would get to by pressing the asterisk in the right-hand side of the window. Unfortunately, that's not working yet, for no apparent reason. I'll have to look into that. [edit: working now! Thanks, Kyrre.].
The page also now starts with my Twitter feed and a stream of a set of personal favourites from my Flickr account. This not-placing-of-the-blog-content up top is weird, I admit. It does mean that you have to scroll down before you get the actual specific content of the blog, but I wanted to have the blog reflecting more of my online activities. This way, it's more of a sort of homepage. Anyway, it probably won't stay this way forever, but for now, I like the micro-unorthodoxy of not bombarding the reader with Too Much Information, and I like that I have a little pause up top before the contents start.
If you go to a specific post page, the Twitter and Flickr bits will not be there, so if you're requesting a specific post, you'll only get that post.
Do you get any bugs with the new layout? Let me know in comments.