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Everyone is migrating to word press

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I have seen a lot of people migrating to wordpress, certainly wp is a robust application that has become more than just blogging platform, most of the sites with high level of functionality are being made in WP.

Actually when i decided to start blogging, i first registered with WP but after creating that i didn’t blog, i was not getting the feeling to start writing. So it just stayed there and i forgot about it and then i eventually started blogging on blogspot. I basically would have avoided blogspot if it were not a google product. But you must have noticed that it lacks the google’s approach in entirety. Thou its quiet simplistic as a google product should be, but it doesn’t have the google feel to it, it ain’t smart. It must be because it was not an actual google product but an acquisition from the same people who made twitter.
The problem with blogpsot is that there is lack of feeling to it, the templates aren’t good enuf and are limited. Customisation is another issue and the most important is that there hasn’t been any significant or for that matter not a single change since long time(thou i haven’t been using it for a long time but i could just guess, it seems just so outdated, it misses the web 2.0 feel to it).
so would i be shifting to wp, not at all firstly i don’t have time to and neither am i much inclined to put in an extra effort and considering that after 23 a person’s capability to learn and understand keeps on diminishing, i just dont want to overload my already decelerating mind. Also being a google loyalist i believe google will do something about this.. once google applies its mind to it i think there will be re-migration to blogspot.
P.S. This is not my kind of post, but because the word India figures in my blog title, i have to keep the legacy of India’s diversity on my blog..
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Written by maya

June 17, 2009 at 10:55 am

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  1. I think the platform matters to serious bloggers. I have used both and honestly I cant see much difference.It is amusing you say that a persons ability to learn diminishes after 23 🙂 A little early to start feeling that way dont you think. I think the twenties are the best time to learn, about technical things like moving from one blog platform to another, about life, and so many other things. This is the time one really becomes independent and this is the best learning period.

    L. Venkata Subramaniam

    June 19, 2009 at 12:18 pm


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