Movable Typed

ConstructionI warned you more changes were coming. This is the biggie.

For years I fought the push to implement a CMS solution. I derived a great deal of pride from hand-coding this entire site and ensuring it successfully validated as XHTML 1.0 Strict. Even the CSS and RSS feeds were hand-coded and validated by the W3C. I wrote about my CMS resistance here, here, here and here.

Today marks a new era for this blog, powered by Movable Type. New entries will have Permalinks, Comments, TrackBacks and all that bloggy goodness. Big props to my pal Mark for giving me the final push I needed. I recreated February's entries in MT, but I've left everything previous in its old school state. If I ever find some free time I'll start recreating older entries as well. There are thousands, so it hurts to think about it.

Although I implemented the Guest Blog because I didn't allow comments, I've decided to keep it. Anyone can write one and I'll post it as I always do. On the right I'm using a neat little plug-in that displays the last ten pictures I uploaded to my Flickr account. Let me know what you think of the changes in the comments.

It's evolution, baby.


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Mark

Finally! Well, the site is improving already. Making it interactive is a good thing. Those Flickr photos down the right side look good too -- how did you do that? ;)

February 7, 2006 / 14:00

Ryan

This is pretty cool.... Even though I never really understood a word of your post. Do people not use full words anymore? I am glad you gave both frontal and rear shots of the Bills drink holder in your flicker page!! I would have died of curiousity! HA

February 8, 2006 / 01:26

Mike

"It's BTO. They're Canada's answer to ELP. Their big hit was TCB. That's how we talked in the 70's. We didn't have a moment to spare."

February 8, 2006 / 19:31

JiggaDigga

Great reading, keep up the great posts.
Peace, JiggaDigga

April 7, 2006 / 00:35

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