I’ve worked a bit over the past couple months with Apple’s iWeb publishing program; however, it’s been quirky and, for some reason or another, takes a long time to load pages on most people’s computers. Also, the weblog function on the program is not altogether functional for entering text and publishing regularly. Thus, I’m moving over to a system called Textpattern; it has a very elegant text interface and manages entries much more cleanly.
I’m making the move to a more text-based site because most of what I wish to do is make journal entries and update people on what I’m doing. A weblog seems like the most straightforward way to accomplish this.
I will, of course, publish new entries; however, I will also upload a some material from the past that’s now randomly scattered across my computer.