I didn’t mention this yesterday but I am now using a new client for MT called Zempt to update this blog.

This is a great program, JMac pointed this program out to me saying it is what he favors using on windows. I must agree. Nothing against w.bloggar but it just didn’t support everything that zempt does.

In other news, I’ve gone through all my old blog entries and renamed all of the entries that had a title like “Personal Log – Stardate…”, first of all that’s dorky, and second of all I think titles should be understandable, I mean I may want to go back and find a blog entry one day, if I don’t name the entries with logical names that may become difficult. I’ve also done some changes to the categories for future category logging.

Categories: Blogging

Nick Moline

Nick is a Senior Software Engineer at Justia.com, a company that makes legal information freely available online. Besides his work, Nick is an avid enthusiast in areas of Technology, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Musical Theater, and everything Disney.

  • cap

    There used to be a comment from andy here.. now it’s gone, lost in one of the upgrades I presume. In any case, I sadly don’t use Zempt anymore as it does not fully work with BLOG:CMS (extended entries dissappear when I try to post with zempt, so I’m back to using the admin interface for now)

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