Verifying my accounts with a signed message:

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA256

This message is valid for Feb 2017.

These accounts and addresses are currently under my control:

blog    http://blog.loadzero.com
email   loadzero.dev@gmail.com
github  https://github.com/loadzero
twitter https://twitter.com/loadzero_dev
reddit  http://www.reddit.com/user/loadzero
hn      https://news.ycombinator.com/user?id=loadzero

A recently computed bitcoin block:

000000000000000000dae8175dd818cd7d77af5a666f576115870d3e4a869475
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1
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=JPpd
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

Download link: verify.txt

Steps for verification. First, import my key from the MIT keyserver.

$ gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 0x9E76D5EAE47E1030
$ gpg --fingerprint loadzero.dev@gmail.com

pub   4096R/E47E1030 2015-02-17
      Key fingerprint = 0C62 87E2 26BB 2FA2 C042  C1BF 9E76 D5EA E47E 1030
uid                  Jason McSweeney <loadzero.dev@gmail.com>
sub   4096R/41001301 2015-02-17

Check the imported key against my website:

$ curl -s http://blog.loadzero.com/pgp.txt | gpg --with-fingerprint
pub  4096R/E47E1030 2015-02-17 Jason McSweeney <loadzero.dev@gmail.com>
      Key fingerprint = 0C62 87E2 26BB 2FA2 C042  C1BF 9E76 D5EA E47E 1030
sub  4096R/41001301 2015-02-17

$ gpg --fingerprint "0C62 87E2 26BB 2FA2 C042  C1BF 9E76 D5EA E47E 1030"
pub   4096R/E47E1030 2015-02-17
      Key fingerprint = 0C62 87E2 26BB 2FA2 C042  C1BF 9E76 D5EA E47E 1030
uid                  Jason McSweeney <loadzero.dev@gmail.com>
sub   4096R/41001301 2015-02-17

To verify the message:

$ curl -s http://blog.loadzero.com/verify.txt | gpg --verify

gpg: Signature made Tue 17 Mar 19:10:52 2015 AEDT using RSA key ID E47E1030
gpg: Good signature from "Jason McSweeney <loadzero.dev@gmail.com>"

You will probably see this warning:

gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
Primary key fingerprint: 0C62 87E2 26BB 2FA2 C042  C1BF 9E76 D5EA E47E 1030

This warning is because you haven't signed the key and neither has anyone else that you trust. More about trusting keys here and here.