July 29, 2003

The New Digs

Welcome to the new site.

As you can see, I now have a Comments section so you can flail me in public instead of only by email.

The site is brand-new so let me know if you see any kinks that need to be ironed out.

I spent all evening building this sucker so I don't have time for any new postings just yet. But I transferred the past few days worth of posts from the old site in case you missed them.

I know it's annoying, but you'll need to reset your bookmarks and blog links. Sorry about that. But hey, the Web address is easier to remember now. It's just michaeltotten.com. (I did not include my middle initial. Just my first and last name.)

Regular posting will resume as soon as possible.

Thanks, everyone, for reading. Cheers.

(Who's going to be the first to leave a comment? Come on, folks. Don't start me off with a troll here...)

Posted by Michael J. Totten at July 29, 2003 1:36 AM
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