Yeah, there’s definitely no arguing that Saudi Arabia’s production-dip is related to production cuts. As I’ll probably briefly mention in part 2, OPEC just met in Vienna on Nov. 30th to prolong those cuts. That being said, I have my doubts whether they could ramp things up to the 12mbpd that gets touted, even if prices could go up and up (as you’ve probably read me mentioning before, I imagine that demand destruction would sooner or later curtail those ever-rising prices).
About the font, is it also the font itself or just the brightness/darkness of it? If it’s just the brightness/darkness of it I’d been thinking that myself a while ago but have so far just left it at the default that the Eston theme came with. But now that you mention it I’ve gone ahead and cranked it down a bit. To be a bit precise, the default font colour was set at #5c5c5c, and below you can see a depiction of it going (from top to bottom) from #5c5c5c to #474747 to #343434. If it’s a bit hard to decipher in the image below the site is now live with #343434. Would you say that’s dark enough?
Edit (half an hour later): Nah, I saw the blog on a mobile and it still didn’t look dark enough, possibly due to the default font being a bit thin. I’ve now matched up the brightness/darkness of the blog font to the default brightness/darkness of the comments (#222222), which is live. How’s that now?
As well, this all means that I’ll have to darken up all the other things (the date, time-to-read, comment-count button, etc.), although I’ll get to that a bit later.