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Monday, March 28, 2005

Making the Move Soon

Well, I have been thinking about this for a while, but circumstances and other diversions have sidetracked me quite a bit.

Now, I think I am quite ready to finally make the move from blogger. Especially after witnessing both Messy Christian and djchuang migrating their respective blogs, it all seemed oh-so-easy. And I am jealousimpressed.

I think I am going to choose WordPress as my blogging software, which by all accounts, appears to be the most flexible without having to learn to re-create the wheel, like MT. I am going to have to find a host that will let me install WordPress or better yet, which has a free installation service. Those of you who have made the move, I have a few questions for you if you don't mind.

Since I am also going to have to migrate from blogger I would also like to migrate from haloscan. Does anyone have any experience in this process, and can you offer any tips or gotchas?

Also, any recommendations for a hosting company? So far, Cyberwurx seems to be the most responsive in my inquiries.

As of right now, I am thinking Typepad is probably not flexible enough based on comments by other bloggers, and MT is probably too vanilla and do-it-yourself to allow me to get it up and running quickly enough given the time I have for this, so I am choosing WordPress instead. Can you comment on the pros can cons of my decision?

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