Wednesday, August 6, 2003

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Testing -- one, two... sibilance...

Glenn Reynolds gets a new RX-8 -- I finally get my own web site. Such is the food chain of the blogosphere.

So take a look around. Note that I've added a comments feature -- we'll see how that works out. Also note that the posts that have been moved from Blogger have duplicate titles and such -- I'll try to iron that problem out over the next week or so.

In the meantime, enjoy!!

posted by Dan on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM


You figg'ured it out! *high fives* Let me know if you need anything, and thanks again for being so patient throughout all of this!

posted by: robyn on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM [permalink]

The headline dupes probably aren't worth the considerable trouble it'll take to individually edit them, frankly. I only had my site on blogspot two months before moving to my own site and it was already an overwhelming task to attempt, since I had upwards of 700 posts. I suspect you have more, given your comparative longevity.

I'd just concentrate on new posts. And tenure, of course!

posted by: James Joyner on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM [permalink]

I'll try to iron that problem out over the next week or so.

Hah! I started doing this when I switched to MT in April, and I'm only now down to my last 10-15 entries. Personally I think it's worth the effort if you link back to your old posts a lot, but if you underestimate the time it will take, you will find yourself bogged down in a quagmire and facing catcalls for having deployed insufficient forces to complete the task.

posted by: Crank on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM [permalink]

Congratulations on the move. And Crank is right--I have over 2000 entries to fix up due to duplicative titles. I really don't think it's going to happen soon.

posted by: Pejman Yousefzadeh on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM [permalink]

Congratulations, the new site looks terrific!

And, when the time comes, go for the Z-4, don't settle for the RX-8.

posted by: DougLevene on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM [permalink]

Dan, things look great on the new site although I think you could benefit from showing some Australian currency in the headline (its quite colorful). Look forward to reading more in the future.

So what do I do with my website now?

Your loving, unrecognized genius brother.

posted by: Jay Drezner on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM [permalink]

The new site is awesome, and I love having the comments section. I'd agree to not worrying about the dupe headlines, also.

posted by: Justin McAleer on 08.06.03 at 11:00 AM [permalink]

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