Picking an engine for your web site can be tricky stuff, especially for the unsavvy. Getting it right the first time isn’t easy. But don’t let that stop you from experimenting. There are tons of free and not so free software packages out there that once installed and configured will let you produce content without worrying about the underlying nitty gritty.
Archive for the ‘Default’
Time flies like a pear shaped banana. I recently looked at my web site and realized it had been over three years since the last update. That’s like 347 Internet years, or there abouts. It didn’t look good, didn’t have a lot of information and what was there was decidedly last century. But amazingly enough, a fairly steady number of page hits despite it all. So I figured I’d throw up a new one, using a “proper” blogging/publishing tool for a change. Who knows, perhaps the ease of use of such a system would trigger a more frequent update cycle. I’ll start off with porting the old content though, should take about 20 minutes…
Four days left of 2006, and next year has just been described as the year the blogging fad blows over. Leaving just the well established and the die hards.
Sounds like a good time to start.