Oh man, is it great to back in the blog sphere. I’d like to thank everyone for their patience as I switched blog platforms from the wretched godaddy quick blog software back to blogger. Things took a little longer than I expected (like most Miami construction projects) and I will still be doing some work on the site over the coming days to really get it up to what I want, however, you all will not incur many daily outages as I will try my best to conduct the updates on the weekends or early morning hours. That being said, I’d like to hear what you all think of the site. I’d like to also thank Rick for convincing me that Blogger was the way to go even though Rebecca tried valiantly to sell me on the wordpress format. Alesh, please don’t flip out either, we all know you aren’t exactly fond of blogger, but, I am still on my own domain…

For those of you on the old e-mail list serve please e-mail me at movemiami@gmail.com so that I can add you to the new one as soon as it is up and running. I also hope to bring back the comments side bar as soon as possible to encourage everyone to speak out and voice their thoughts…

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4 Responses to Transit Miami, We’re Back!

  1. bbrown says:

    What was wretched about it?

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  2. Gabriel J. Lopez-Bernal says:

    Oh man, Where do I begin?

    You can’t access the page HTML, the software was beyond quirky, it liked to often add smilies randomly in my posts, the feeds are difficult to manage, entry pages didn’t have most options found on blogger (Like font color), etc…

    It was just a huge pain in my rear. The login process was long too and clumsy. I often typed my articles on blogger and adjusted them to suit my needs before copying and pasting them into the godaddy software page…

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  3. Rick says:

    Your archives are gone???

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  4. Gabriel J. Lopez-Bernal says:

    Eh, technically for now, yes. Blogger does not have an import feature. I currently have them saved on a text file, waiting to be uploaded into the first blog I can find to do so. Any Ideas?

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