Dan Gillmor has the story: Google Buys Pyra: Blogging Goes Big-Time. Pyra makes Blogger, if you didn’t know.
Archives for February 2003
marched today in the bitter cold through downtown Montreal. The crowd was in great spirits despite the cold, and despite the fact that there were doubtless dozens of diverging motivations for being there. Some of the slogans made me cringe, but in the final analysis, I am very happy to have gone.
Karl – who was there with his cow – has posted some pics and text about his experience today: Marche pour la paix, Montral.
but when he does, he’s erudite like few others, in the “blogosphere” or elsewhere.
As of today I’ve switched over to Movable Type to manage this site. I think everything is working properly, and all old links to posts should still be valid. There are still some small changes to make, but the big work is done.
a switch to an all-new backend to this site – this accounts for the lack of posts in recent days. Although I really enjoy Blogger, and will continue to use it for other sites, and despite testing and enjoying Radio Userland as well, I have decided to use Movable Type. The switch over has been extremely simple and has gone very smoothly – the only delay has been in the implementation of some features in different ways than the default install suggests, which has taken some learning to do properly. A very nice thing is that all of the current permalinks should continue to work as always.