- 2000 – Powered by HTML/University of Colorado at Boulder webspace and university-provided URL
- 2001 – Powered by Geocities, using Geocities.com/jamfan2
- 2002 – Powered by Blogger, using ILikeLasagna.com
- 20?? – Powered by WordPress, using Jeffzilla.com
- 20?? – Powered by WordPress, using JeffreyDonenfeld.com
- 2011-05 – Duster Theme by Automattic, full site WP management
- 2011-09 – TwentyEleven, slightly child themed.
- 2012-12 – TwentyEleven Child Theme Updated by Taskrabbit Liz Krane
- 2014-02 – X Theme, from Theme.co, using the Integrity Light stack and a child theme with modified oembed layout behavior thanks again to Liz Krane.
- 2015-03 – MAKE Theme from The Theme Foundry, Child Themed with support for Auto Load Next Post Plugin.
- 2023-11 – Twenty Twenty-Four theme from Automattic, Child Themed and enhanced with Google Fonts (Brawler, Noto Sans, Noto Serif)
- Production Notes
- The term “The Areas of my Expertise” on my bio page is inspired by John Hodgman.
- Initial responsive design and decision to go with Duster inspired by Jeremy Keith and Ian Stewart.
- oEmbed Flickr importing plugin, and countless other site fixes and assistances from Jason Donenfeld.
- Thanks very much to custom wordpress developer Sébastien Dumont for creating and helping to implement on this site the Auto Load Next Post Plugin.
- Header Images
- Homepage: None
- Blog: Denali State Park, Alaska
- About: Southern Turkey, Euphrates River Valley, featuring Kirk Henderson and Stephanie Safdi
- Interactive: Apple App Store Marketing Image
- Photography: Trees next to Navajo Lake, Telluride, Colorado
- Projects: Empire State Building
- Travelogue: Google Maps
- Universal Feed: Seydisfjordur, Iceland
- Live Stream: Point Dumé, Los Angeles, California
- Playlist: Halloween
- Connect: Southern Iceland
- Homepage 2016-03-30
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