I followed through on previous threats and I’ve moved my personal blog onto 10 Centuries. Thanks to some handiwork by Jason, other than the temporary DNS hiccups that occur with these changes, you shouldn’t notice a thing. All the previous URLs should work as before.
The one benefit I get from the current 10 Centuries platform is that, when you search on this site, it will also search all of my App.Net postings (which I’ve had quite a lot of) as well as recent tweets (starting from around 20 November 2014). Hopefully when Jason gets 10Cv3 launched, I’ll be able to import my entire Twitter archive and have that searchable as well.
Another benefit with this new arrangement is that it allows me to blog using App.Net private messages, which ends up being fairly convenient as I can use Drafts to craft the post and send it to Chimp, which will get it to 10 Centuries. The downside to that approach is I’m limited to 2,048 characters which isn’t the end of the world.
Meanwhile I posted several blog posts in anticipation of having my blog moved over to 10 Centuries. I didn’t advertise them because the URL for those posts were going to change, so I just wrote them and figured I’d let folks know about them once the changeover occured. If you care, here they are:
- Amazing What Blog Posts Get Traction
- Going All In With 10 Centuries
- So Yeah, That Cough I Have
- The 49ers “Crisis”
- Zen and The Art of Blood Sugar Maintenance
- Oh Christmas Tree
- The Green Pill
- It’s The End of the Season As We Know It And I Feel Fine
Meanwhile a few of my other blogs will also move over to the 10 Centuries platform in the very near future.