So I decided to move from my LiveJournal to WordPress. Considered paying for an account, but first I think I’ll try the generic offering.
Moving was relatively painless, although now I am really looking forward to having to deal with retagging content and possibly fixing images. But hey, perhaps I will only need to do this once and my trusty Live Writer may help me out. We’ll see.
I’ve been thinking more and more recently about the fact that a “blog” is a completely loaded concept. It’s not a blog. It’s my online notebook. It’s a place where I want to be able to write down my thoughts, go back to previous projects, store and share information… Evernote is sort-of supposed to be something like that, but the PC client and the entire offering feels very raw… I mean, if I feel more comfortable taking notes using MSFT OneNote even though I can’t really share the content online as effortlessly as in Evernote, we have a problem.
The nice thing about being stuck in the stone age is… there is a lot of room for innovation and improvement.
The sucky thing about being stuck in the stone age is… there is a lot of room for innovation and improvement.
Things I intend to do: set up static sections on this blog where I can update relevant content (are there other platforms better suited for this?) Will write a post later on modern-day informational needs… at least my informational needs.
Anyway, hello WordPress.