Switching Things Up

I've decided to move to a different blogging platform: Ghost. All my old content is still around, but it's just a static copy of the former WordPress site.

"But WordPress has so many plugins and features," you say.

It does, but that's part of the problem. Blogs have grown into sites with feeds and toggles and social networking tie-ins. They've lost sight of their purpose: to connect people on their own terms.

I want this blog to be simple. It shouldn't have to give you a list of the top five things that strangers find useful, or encourage you to provide fodder to the commercial social networking world. That said, I am on Twitter as well as some other sites.

Blogs started as simple places where we published our thoughts. We could find other bloggers and read what they were thinking. If we wanted to follow them, we could add

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