I’ve moved the RxTrace blog from BlogSpot (a Google site) to a hosted website using WordPress as the site database. The URL doesn’t change so the move should be transparent to you as a subscriber. I’ve had a couple of hickups along the way but I couldn’t have done it myself. I was fortunate to find someone who is a great artist and who knows his way around the technology. Matt Geiger took a list of my ideas and desires and then went away. The next thing I know he has implemented everything I asked for, and more, and is ready to move the site. I highly recommend his services to anyone needing web site design services, not just blog moves.
Now that the content is moved and the new look is in place, I have a lot to learn about WordPress. I expect to continue tweaking things in the next few weeks as I have time. I have so many ideas I want to write about but so little time.
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Alternatively, you can also stay up-to-date with this blog without subscribing via email through the use of an RSS reader. I use Yahoo!’s “myYahoo” as my browser default home page. I have a pretty large myYahoo configuration with two pages and lots of news feeds–one of which is RxTrace. Sadly, it doesn’t seem to refresh so it has not reflected the last couple of posts. I need to look into that because it’s supposed to keep you current.
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Any way you access this blog, I’d like to thank you for reading.