I got four separate e-mails letting me know that my blog is down – thank you so much, and I know! I noticed this last night, and it was bothering me so much that I woke up at 4 a.m. (not on purpose or anything), and half-asleep booted my computer to see if it was back up! Blogger has been terrible in the past two weeks. I also kept getting that blank page when I’d load the url, and I wasn’t able to load “dashboard”, the interface where I can add posts, change the look of the blog, etc. But now it seems back on track. For how long, I don’t know.
Which brings me to point #2: it’s time for me to get my own domain. I’ve been keeping all my pictures, videos, and knitting webpages on Harvard’s domain, and really I would rather have it elsewhere. And Blogger is a serious pain in the butt. Can anyone recommend user-friendly blogger (using the term generically) software? Movable Type, in its raw form, is a bit too much for me. I can (and have) figure it out, but I want something a bit more simple, with a user-friendly interface. Any suggestions?
Edit: Thank you for all your suggestions. I’m not looking for a Blogger-type website (Blogger, Typepad, Blogcity, etc.). I will buy my own domain for two purposes – I’ll have a blog on there, and also regular html-coded pages for life and knitting stuff. So, I just need some software to help me with the blog part. Movable Type in its raw form worked fine for that (I had my blog on Harvard’s domain for a while), but it was very awkward for me to code. So, something like Movable Type, or a software that is based on Movable Type, but is easier to use would be the winning ticket :).0 likes