I’m sat in a nice coffee shop in Wallingford, relaxing after an interesting few weeks.
Over the past few weeks I’ve migrated my blog over to WordPress. If you’re reading this you’ve followed me over so a big thank you.
I migrated 526 blog posts. This number frankly astonishes me, though it’s been almost 15 years so that’s only 30 something a year.
The topics have varied, which is why I stuck the commas in the title some time ago. In the migration I made it official.
In the meantime a few years ago my dear friend Marna Walle joined me in using the “Mainframe, Performance, Topics” name – for our podcast series.
The focus of the blog has not changed at all. It’s just the “social conditions” that have changed: I’m funding the blog – on WordPress. This gives me very little more latitude but does mean I can take it with me – into (eventual) retirement.
The process of writing still needs sorting out – but my experience of migration tells me that WordPress is going to be a good place to be. I certainly can confect HTML and upload pictures and even PDFs. But the WordPress offers a wider ecosystem. For example, I’m writing this across Mac, iPad and iPhone using the very excellent Drafts app and I know Drafts can publish direct to WordPress. (Drafts’ automation might be handy in helping me write, actually.)
So expect even more
- Mainframe whatever I want to talk about
- Performance whatever I want to talk about
- Topics whatever I want to talk about
You get the picture: It’s whatever I want to talk about. 🙂
So normal service resumed, then. 🙂