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Thu Jan 6 14:53:26 UTC 2011
If you're looking to pay a little for this, I might recommend you
check out Squarespace.
They have some great content management features and some wonderful
templates, which are completely customizable. Probably the best way
to see how it works is to view the tour.
And finally, you can get 14 days to try it completely free. You don't
even need a credit card to sign up, and if you use the offer code
"TWIT" (from the "This Week in Tech" podcast with Leo Laporte), you
can get 10% off the price for the life of your account.
Even if you don't decide to go with Squarespace, I'd reinforce one
thing Chris said:
> If you want to promote some of your written work ... get a domain
Perhaps you could use a sub-domain on your thought.org domain, but I
would say that anyone using those free blog services (wordpress.com /
blogger / livejournal) for a for professional reason, well... aren't
very professional, in my opinion. ;-)
Wordpress (the software) is rather easy to install on your own
servers, and has a nice, easy-to-use administration panel. There are
tons of themes and plugins available for it, so it's quite
customizable as well.
Hope that helps some. :-)
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