It’s time to kill the personal website

It’s the year 2017 — social media sites are competing for attention, and even the powerful and highly-regarded use blogging sites like Medium. With that in mind, does the average user need a personal website? Who are You, and What do You Want? Usually I see people put together personal websites to advertise themselves as professionals (or avid amateurs) at something. Keeping all of your information in one place was (and still is) a great way to create a complete picture of yourself. Say, for example, you’re into photography — a personal website would have your gallery of photographs, a…

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