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diff --git a/content/_index.md b/content/_index.md
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+type = "info"
+date = "2017-02-21T14:14:38-05:00"
+draft = false
+title = "Home"
+description = "About me"
+aliases = [ "/about/" ]
++++
+
+<style>
+p {
+ text-indent: 1.5em;
+ margin: 0.75em 0 0 0;
+}
+img {
+ border: 1px solid #888;
+ border-radius: 4px;
+ max-width: 150px;
+ display: block;
+ margin: 0 auto;
+}
+</style>
+
+![A photo of me][i1]
+
+Hi, I'm Austin Adams, a PhD student at the [Georgia Institute of
+Technology][1] studying quantum computing from a computer architecture
+perspective. I am co-advised by [Tom Conte][11] and [Jeff Young][12], and you
+can find my publications [listed here][5].
+
+I am particularly interested in architecture and compilation techniques for ion
+trap quantum computers and hybrid quantum--classical programming. I have
+experience hacking on both the [Q#][15] compiler and the [QCOR][13]/[XACC][14]
+compilation framework(s).
+
+I graduated from Georgia Tech in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer
+Science. As an undergrad, I worked as the head teaching assistant for CS 2110,
+the undergraduate intro to computer architecture course at Georgia Tech where I
+wrote a [bunch][6] [of][17] [autograders][8].
+
+In 2022, I also completed my Master of Science in Computer Science from Georgia
+Tech. My master's thesis was titled [_Enabling a Programming Environment for an
+Experimental Ion Trap Quantum Testbed_][16]. During my master's, I was the head
+TA for CS 6290, the graduate intro to computer architecture course at Georgia
+Tech that covers topics such as branch prediction and out-of-order execution.
+Here's some [praise from student evaluations][9] across all my time TAing.
+
+Between undergrad and grad school, I worked for [Amazon][10] in Seattle,
+Washington, for about 2 years on some backend retail code.
+
+
+[1]: http://gatech.edu/
+[3]: http://kennesaw.edu/
+[4]: https://dep.kennesaw.edu/
+[5]: {{< ref "work.md" >}}
+[6]: https://github.com/ausbin/circuitsim-grader-template
+[8]: {{< ref "blog/autograding-gba-dma.md" >}}
+[9]: {{< ref "praise.md" >}}
+[10]: https://www.amazon.com/
+[11]: http://www.conte.us/
+[12]: https://jyoung3131.github.io/
+[13]: https://qcor.ornl.gov/
+[14]: https://github.com/eclipse/xacc
+[15]: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/quantum/overview-what-is-qsharp-and-qdk
+[16]: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/66658
+[17]: https://github.com/zucchini/zucchini
+
+[i1]: /img/about/mugshot.jpg
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-+++
-type = "info"
-date = "2017-02-21T14:14:38-05:00"
-draft = false
-title = "About me"
-description = "About me"
-+++
-
-<style>
-p {
- text-indent: 2em;
-}
-img {
- border: 1px solid #333;
- border-radius: 4px;
- max-width: 150px;
- display: block;
- margin: 0 auto;
-}
-</style>
-
-![A photo of me][i1]
-
-Hi, I'm Austin Adams, a graduate student at the [Georgia Institute of
-Technology][1] studying quantum computing from a computer architecture
-perspective. I am co-advised by [Tom Conte][11] and [Jeff Young][12], and you
-can find my publications [listed here][5].
-
-I graduated from Georgia Tech in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in
-Computer Science. Previously, I had attended [Kennesaw State
-University][3] for two years, one of which was full time in my senior
-year of high school through the [Dual Enrollment Honors Program][4].
-
-The highlight of my time as an undergraduate was working as the head
-teaching assistant for CS 2110, the intro to computer architecture
-course at Georgia Tech. When I wasn't answering emails, I spent a bunch
-of time writing autograders for [digital logic circuits][6], assembly
-code, malloc() implementations, and even [Gameboy Advance DMA][8].
-Here's some [praise from student evaluations][9].
-
-After graduation, I worked for [Amazon][10] in Seattle, Washington, for
-a little under 2 years on a great team who maintained bulk product
-uploads to Vendor Central. I haven't worked on programming projects too
-much lately, but you can see some of my past projects on my [projects
-page][5].
-
-[1]: http://gatech.edu/
-[3]: http://kennesaw.edu/
-[4]: https://dep.kennesaw.edu/
-[5]: {{< ref "work.md" >}}
-[6]: https://github.com/ausbin/circuitsim-grader-template
-[8]: {{< ref "blog/autograding-gba-dma.md" >}}
-[9]: {{< ref "praise.md" >}}
-[10]: https://www.amazon.com/
-[11]: http://www.conte.us/
-[12]: https://jyoung3131.github.io/
-
-[i1]: /img/about/mugshot.jpg
diff --git a/content/blog/including-recent-commits-hugo.md b/content/blog/including-recent-commits-hugo.md
index 7d05f13..473f77c 100644
--- a/content/blog/including-recent-commits-hugo.md
+++ b/content/blog/including-recent-commits-hugo.md
@@ -23,6 +23,12 @@ On a high level, my solution works like the following:
3. Whenever I push to one of my git repositories, rebuild the site.
(This currently takes less than a tenth of a second.)
+**Edit (October 2022): I removed recent commits and blog posts from the front
+page of my website because in my new career (grad school), it makes more sense
+to prioritize my "about" page over my blog or commits. If you want to see what
+the finished product of this post looked like, [you can try the Internet
+Archive][11].**
+
Part 1: The Script
==================
@@ -155,3 +161,4 @@ repositories that I wanted to update my homepage upon receving a push.
[8]: https://gohugo.io/
[9]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breadth-first_search
[10]: {{< ref "/blog/using-git-to-deploy-a-hugo-blog-atomically.md" >}}
+[11]: http://web.archive.org/web/20190124070113/https://austinjadams.com/
diff --git a/content/blog/spotify-hidpi-ubuntu.md b/content/blog/spotify-hidpi-ubuntu.md
index a3d7a3b..68e1931 100644
--- a/content/blog/spotify-hidpi-ubuntu.md
+++ b/content/blog/spotify-hidpi-ubuntu.md
@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@ draft = false
title = "Fixing Spotify on HiDPI on Ubuntu"
description = "Some notes on how to use Spotify on Ubuntu without needing a telescope"
hasmath = false
+unlisted = true
+++
The [official "Spotify for Linux" page][1] states:
diff --git a/content/praise.md b/content/praise.md
index b42e28c..08f283d 100644
--- a/content/praise.md
+++ b/content/praise.md
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ student evaluations:
----
> Having half the class failing under your watch isn't cool, even if you
-> think it is. [\[proof\]][1]
+> think it is. [\[link to proof of this\]][1]
----
@@ -86,4 +86,13 @@ student evaluations:
> more memes
+----
+
+> g\*mer
+
+----
+
+> gamer [...]
+
+
[1]: ../img/praise/fall2018-stats.png
diff --git a/content/work.md b/content/work.md
index 5345885..4b35c17 100644
--- a/content/work.md
+++ b/content/work.md
@@ -8,8 +8,7 @@ description = "Listing of my humble projects and publications"
My humble list of publications:
-1. Austin Adams, Elton Pinto, Jeffrey Young, Creston Herold, Alex McCaskey, Eugene Dumitrescu,
-and Thomas M. Conte.
+1. Austin Adams, Elton Pinto, Jeffrey Young, Creston Herold, Alex McCaskey, Eugene Dumitrescu, and Thomas M. Conte.
"[Enabling a Programming Environment for an Experimental Ion Trap Quantum Testbed][pub1]." [_2021 IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC '21)_][pub1venue]. November 2021. [\[slides\]][pub1slides]
2. Austin Adams, Pulkit Gupta, Blaise Tine, and Hyesoon Kim.
"[Cryptography Acceleration in a RISC-V GPGPU][pub0]." [_Fifth