Saturday, September 06, 2003
In Praise of Blogger and YACCS-I don't want to leave Blogger on a bad note. The Pyra people have provided a solid public service in providing a free and easy way to spead your thoughts to a world-wide audience. It has its weak spots and its down times, but it delivers a product far in excess of its cost. They have, as the caring folks would say, done well by doing good. Google seems to have been helpful in the process, providing some synergies like adding Blogger to the Google Toolbar. Despite their recent server fubar, I'd like to tip my hat to YACCS as well. It would go AWOL from time to time and sometimes be tempermental to load up, but it worked nicely most of the time. If you're looking to add a commenting feature to a blog, it's a solid choice, although other services are available. For those of you that might wander this way via the Lakeand Ledger piece that is due out this moring, starting a blog will expand your horizons and help you make pen pals from around the globe. I've got Filipino programmers, Canadian journalists and Americans from most states that have become friends. Blogger is a bit like free bowling ball and rental shoes. The serious bowlers have their own ball and shoes, but the free stuff will allow you to see if you like it before you lay out serious money. Likewise, if I had to pay $5/month to blog at the start, this would never had happened. It may still be a bit buggy, but Blogger is easily worth trying out if you want to give this a try.
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