Friday, January 2, 2009

Cutting over to blogger

In the summer of 2005, I started a bit of a personal adventure. I quit my job and with two friends started our own Internet business. Around that time, I started a blog with every intention of tracking the technical ups-and-downs of our efforts. Like 90% of blogging efforts, it soon petered out.

One of the challenges I created for myself was that I was managing my own blog site. I had been exploring the DotNetNuke (DNN) web framework, so I set up my own DNN site with a Blog module to explore DNN and to blog. That experimental site wasn't our core business site, so it became a bit of an administrative burden to maintain it.

Now I figure I'll let Google worry about the administrative burden while I try to attempt active blogging one more time.

Happy 2009


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