2004-05-19

Back to Blogger

Two years, seven months, three continents and 890 posts later, this blog is switching back to Blogger from MovableType. No, this has nothing to do the $ snafu; I just figured that a) Blogger is kicking ass again and b) I've worked on the Blogger Team at Google for over a year now, so why not?

I'm also really excited to be part of a community that's barely begun to [formally] take its first steps.
(my GAWD is this posting interface awesome... you rock CW!)
For posterity, the old site will remain available for some time, but hopefully someday an enterprising hacker will whip up some sort of import tool.

Perhaps this switch'll actually prod me into saying something here? I dunno, we'll see.

7 comments:

  1. Nice Eric! It's Blogalicious!

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  3. Congratulations Eric! I was curious when you'd make your move from MT. And you're so right, the posting interface is amazing.

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  4. Nice site Eric. I took a look through your photo albums. The ski pics are amazing and make my local ski hills look like speedbumps!

    Jen

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  5. Hello Eric,

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    We have published a new book “Blogger: Beyond the Basics” which will help users to take full advantage of the rich and powerful features of Blogger to transform their blog into a fresh and state-of-the-art blog as quickly and painlessly as possible.

    I came across your blog via Google search, I think it acts as an excellent resource to bloggers.
    I was wondering if you would be interested in joining our partnership program? All you have to do is place Blogger book image with a unique link that will track all the visits from your blog to our book page. I will be happy to register your website with us and set a referral commission of 15% for every book sold through that link.

    For more information about the book, visit Blogger: Beyond the Basics http://www.packtpub.com/blogger-beyond-the-basics/book

    If you think this is something you wish to do, please feel free and write to me.

    Thank you

    Anu
    anusoniar@packtpub.com

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