Hello, I am your first Markdown document within StackEdit[^stackedit]. Don’t delete me, I can be helpful. I can be recovered anyway in the
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Sorry, no comments enabled for now because I'm using a simple static site generator (maybe I'll try out disqus another day).
But if you like what you see, send me an email.