A Change of Scenery

11 08 2006

After getting into the web journal scene four years ago, I have decided to open-up shop here at WordPress and close-up all the others.

My reasons? Well, for one, I am a different person from what I was some years ago – I’m a little more knowledgable, a little more articlate, a little more sociable (I hope), a little more mature (I hope against hope); I want my journal to reflect that. You can still access the old journals here and here, but they won’t be updated from now on.


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All in all, if my writing in the past gave you the idea that I was writing on a lonely dune in the middle of nowhere, now I would like to write as if I was sitting in a modestly-appointed study in a stone cottage on a cliff overlooking the sea, with a kettle of coffee on the hearth, an amiable hedgehog nosing through the shag rug, and a bunch of sheep sticking their heads in through the window in hopes of a lump of sugar before supper.

…of course, I don’t know if they like sugar…or is it just a horse thing?

And another reason: WordPress is open source. Power to the People and all that. And they have struck a perfect balance betweenpublicity and privacy. In the past, I’ve had to restrict access to my entire journal because a few people couldn’t handle my acerbic wit. With WordPress, I can just password-protect my politically-incorrect posts while allowing people to still look me up. Nice šŸ™‚

Anyway, I plan to recommit my history to a whole new set of postcards. If you missed the last ones, all the more reason to stay tuned. Welcome to Postcards from Far & Away.

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