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Immigrant song

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 16 years ago, in 2007, on the World Wide Web.

For a lot of reasons, I have wanted to move Rad Geek People’s Daily from MovableType to WordPress for quite a long time. For a lot of other reasons, I have sat around and done nothing about it for quite a long time. But the day is here at last, and I’ve put quite a lot of effort into moving from one to the other. The migration is not, in itself, very hard or time-consuming; but one thing that I wanted to do, which has been time-consuming, is to make very sure that more or less nothing breaks in the transition (URIs, syndication feeds, etc.). So I hope you’ll pardon my dust for a few days while I sort everything out, but I hope that most of the major work is already done. If you notice anything that was working as of yesterday and is working as of today, please give me a holler, so that I can track it down and fix it.

We now return you to your regularly-scheduled extended quotations and political diatribes.

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  1. heather reddy

    wordpress is just too hott for me not to start mein own political blog. can i be an allied nation? any hosting reccommendations, specifically cheap, socially responsible web-hosters?

  2. Samuel Q

    Hi. I’m using Opera 9. Your posts, when viewed using permalinks, are italicised in their entirety.

    From the main page everything looks fine.


  3. Rad Geek


    In order: rock on; of course; and if you’re interested, I’d be glad to work out an arrangement for hosting, or I know some other folks who could do it. Drop me a line via e-mail if you’re still looking.


    Thanks; the problem was a stupid HTML nesting error that I didn’t notice because Firefox handles the undefined behavior differently from Opera. It should now be fixed.

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