I’m back from yet another hiatus with a new look and everything. Oh, the excitement!
So… what is there to talk about? Blogging ain’t what it used to be is it? Perusing my blogroll it seems posting is an increasingly sporadic activity for many of the bloggers I read. I guess the novelty wore off sometime ago for most of us, but I’ll still plough on.
Personally, I’ve been focusing mainly on my impending marriage in October and the details associated with it (although I will readily confess that Lady Sane has been responsible for most of the planning so far). Other than that I haven’t really been up to a great deal besides working and hoping the crisis which is currently gripping the industry I work in does not get any worse than it is already. We live in interesting times.
I’m still alive. I had motivational issues as well, but I moved to wordpress as well and am posting again.
The primaries gave me a lull in interest, I suppose. I was keeping avid watch on the events, but I can’t strike up the same high dudgeon when I’m writing about conservatives.
So what’s your new blog address? What do you think of WordPress?
And as a Raving Republican, how do you feel about having to get behind John McCain?
I’m still deciding if I should keep this or not. I still like the old one a lot.
I don’t like how WordPress doesn’t let you change anything in your templates; they’re neat, but on Blogger I can change anything I want with enough tinkering. This makes me accept all or nothing.
As for McCain, I’ve resigned myself to this world’s cruel humor a long time ago.
By the way, which one do you like better? Old or new?
I think your new one looks much better. I say keep it.
Agree with you about the WordPress limitations though. Much better looking templates, but the pay off is virtually zero customisation options unless you pay extra. Blogger definitely wins there.
Oh, another thing that was really annoying was the problem of publishing to WordPress using Safari – it would completely ignore any formatting. Recent updates seem to have fixed this, which is a bonus. I recall Blogger having issues with Safari too.