The AC is On has been moved to this new site lock, stock and barrel. All posts and comments have been transferred as they were. I first tried to transfer the blog to Blogger, but it didn’t work although it should be theoretically possible. However, the transfer was very easy with wordpress.com.
Because I changed my blogging site just over a year ago, some of you may be wondering what the heck I am doing changing it yet again. Well, you see, it’s this way …
- Back then, I was growing a little weary of my Blogger site. I was stuck in an old template which had some dysfunction, but I really didn’t want to mess around with it, so a new start seemed to be in order.
- While I could have started a new Blogger blog back then, I already had my own website, anvilcloud.net, which I was paying for but wasn’t using much, so I decided that I should use it or lose it. I opted for the former option.
- I like to try and learn new things and hosting a blog on my own site was a chance to do that.
Now, I have decided to move my blog once again. I’ve done my learning and experimenting on my own website, and I’m glad I did. However, my the renewal date is fast approaching, and I have decided that I have no pressing need to keep my own domain going for more than $100/yr when I can accomplish almost exactly the same thing here where the space is free. It’s not as though I am using my anvilcloud.net site for anything other than blogging, and there are various free blogging options at my disposal. There was a time when I dabbled at constructing websites, but those days are long gone; so, the site can go too.
When anvilcloud.net closes down I will lose some links, such as a few tunes or photos, that were used in my old Raindrops blog but not all that many really, so it won’t be a great loss. While I probably have a month left in anvilcloud.net, it will totally disappear when my renewal date comes up, so I thought I’d better give my three followers time to migrate over here. Please do adjust your links.
I may move again in the near future. I may start a new blog back in Blogger since that’s where my three followers hang out, but at least all of the existing The AC is On posts now have a home — permanently as far as things in the internet now stand. However, I see that this site has a Follow option, which might work well enough for everyone, so we shall see what we shall see.