I am now “this” close to being blogger free…

I moved my second blog off blogger Friday night, and it was a painless process.

Today, I have spent most of the morning updating a theme for the damn blog that I may or may not use, but I love working with WordPress, so I can’t complain too much.

But, the best part is, I am now “this” close to being blogger free. Once I grab the book covers from my old blog, I am done.

Plus I’m hoping if I like the new layout more, I’ll update it more. Because, between the two blogs, I tend to like the Metro Reading one a little more. I have no idea why, it just seems a little more fulfilling to me (even though I suck at updating it, but I hope I will have more discipline once it’s completely moved).

Good times, indeed.

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I’m having a devil of a time posting on your blogs today.

It gave me an error on this one, though I think the comment posted, and I couldn’t post at all on Metro.

Unless you’re deliberately blocking me. 🙁


Okay, I had no problems on thoughts, and I changed the theme of metro reading until I figure out what’s wrong in the code.

Thanks for pointing that out.

Can’t tell you why you couldn’t comment on this one, though.


Why did you want to move from blogger? Is there something I should know?


Blogger does not have the freedom to mod your blog like wordpress does. WordPress is more easily managed, and the add-ins are pretty sweet.

I can’t quite explain it. I just love tinkering with it.


Just my luck: I’ll like it and have to switch. 😡



I know they have a website version (a’la blogger), but I downloaded the program and threw it on my own site (obviously).

The fact that I can ban ips from commenting is enough for me. 😆


Like, on this page, the button to post a comment says “Submit Query,” and it didn’t used to, did it?

The other page, all the stuff on here like (Name (required)) was in like a foreign language.


Which is a shame, I might add, because I really enjoy talking books on Metro.


I didn’t change anything on this one.

The other page is german, and i have to go through it to make changes. but the comment link is broken, so i either have to figure out how to fix it or go with a new theme all together.

i haven’t decided what to do yet.


It sounds like WordPress is the better choice, but I still have affection for Blogger because I think it’s amazing that Google provided that service. I’ve also heard that Google is a good employer – I don’t know if that’s true or not.


I do like the idea of using my own isp and just using the software. Though, it will be a while before I have the time for something like that. Be prepared to answer some questions when the time comes 😀