* minor site update

Posted on October 12th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Random.

Procrastinating from unpacking by messing with craftlog. I finally made a banner and updated my blogfriends links.


Button image credit goes to monkey123 on Flickr, who posted the image under creative commons.

Brief rant interlude: I’ve been using bloglines beta version, which, I believe, was launched over 2 years ago.  They still have not implemented export, and the stupid faq has said it’s coming “soon” since I switched like a year ago.  Really makes me wish I liked Google reader enough to switch. /rant

What’s kind of funny is that in the process of updating the alpha bloglines links, which are the ones I can export to craftlog, I rediscovered a few sites that I’d unsubscribed from and added them back. :P

One Response to “minor site update”

  1. Bettina Says:

    Funny enough I just migrated to Google Reader for that exact same reason; I felt limited with BL and felt a need for something new. With Google Reader I can “take it with me” on mobile or iPod Touch and it is easy to access from anywhere. The look is much like the old BL alpha, anyway…


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