I've setup an SSL certificate so you can now use HTTPS to browse the site. This creates an encrypted connection between your browser and the server which is more secure and prevents URLs visited from being shown in router logs, content can't be eavesdropped etc...
There are also some performance benefits but they won't kick in until I make some more changes.
Consider it experimental for now but at some point it will likely automatically redirect you to the secure version of a page.
You can try it by adding 's' to the http part of any address or just goto the home page and browse from there (some mixed content means you may not get the fully green https status in your browser just yet though).
Let me know if you have any issues using the site.