As I’ve mentioned before, TNL.net recently experienced a major crash. As a result, I had to rethink a lot of things and took the time of looking into what tools I was using. Well, it’s been about 5 years since I started writing my own blog software and I decided that this little piece of code should now be junked. I’ve just replaced it with a new back-end that is powered by WordPress. The process was not easy as I had to move data from my own proprietary database to the wordpress one, a process that is still on-going (notice the limited amount of comments on recent posts, well, there’s your reason) That said, I think most everything should look about the same and I will write a future entry about the migration.
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Time to pull out the scorecard and look at my 2005 predictions
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Looking ahead at 2005