I originally started this site in 2011 to help my davening and organize my thoughts, especially about the שמנה עשרה and its origins in תנ״ך. I never got around to doing that and that part of the site has the topic heading and a few notes but nothing else. Hopefully I will get back to it some day.
In the summer of 2012 I started teaching a class in תנ״ך, connecting the life of David with תהילים, and that has been a lot of work and a lot of fun, and a great way for me to keep learning. The notes for those shiurim are at Shiurim, along with outlines of Shmuel, Divrei Hayamim and Tehillim.
In the summer of 2013 I teaching a Shabbat morning pararsha class, and while I obviously can’t bring the computer with me, I find it useful to write out my notes and those are on this site as well.
As of 2014-09-04 I started using Emanuil Rusev’s Parsedown to allow Markdown syntax in addition to plain HTML. The downside is the inability to add attributes (most notably for my use
lang attributes), so I still have to use a lot of vanilla HTML. I also do some custom text-munging, changing straight quotes to curly ones and double hyphens to true m-dashes.