I'm Kyle and this is (shockingly) my personal website. Well, sorta. It is being totally redesigned/redeveloped by me in Rails 3.2.11 and structured using Twitter Bootstrap. It's been a long time coming and it's almost ready.
kkerley.com is in the process of being totally redone and migrated to a Digital Ocean VPS.
You see, I have hosting through Dreamhost VPS and a few months back, I received an email stating the RAID controller of the server my hosted sites is on died and they're migrating everything over to a new server. I was assured that nothing would be affected as it was going to be a mirrored copy of the data from the now-dead server.
However, upon receipt of the email stating everything was back to normal, my Rails 2.3.8-powered personal site would not load due to numerous Ruby Gem-related issues being reported by Phusion Passenger—despite the Gems being installed and available.
I've since been redoing the site from the ground up in Rails 3.2.11 and am very close to finishing it. Or was, until I stumbled upon the glory otherwise known as Twitter Bootstrap on March 26, 2013. I threw everything I had out the door and have been redesigning it using this framework. Hopefully in the next week or so, kkerley.com will be live and Rails-powered again (this time, hosted on my VPS, though)!