Karen A. Mann
kmann at nc.rr.com
Mon Jan 12 18:03:08 EST 2004
Thanks for all the info. After I posted that I realized there was
already a blog thread on the group!
My main problem with the free blogger service is that it doesn't allow
photo uploads. Like Neb, I've only put a few posts on mine, even
though I opened the account a year and a half ago. But I keep telling
myself that if I could do more, I'd post more. Or rather, if I was
*paying* for it, I'd post more.
fred at metalab.unc.edu (Fred Stutzman) wrote in message news:<Pine.LNX.4.44.0401121236170.20108-100000 at tribal.metalab.unc.edu>...
> For pure, effortless simplicity, blogger.com is great.
> In no way as fancy as MT/Typepad, but if you want to share your thoughts
> and not have to think about the technology behind it, blogger can't be
> Also, it's free.
> On Sun, 11 Jan 2004, clamnebula wrote:
> > "Karen A. Mann" <kmann at nc.rr.com> wrote in message
> > news:a07fe96b.0401111333.15052fa4 at posting.google.com...
> > > Hey,
> > > Do any of you guys have blogs? If so, which service do you use? I'm
> > > currently with blogger, but I've found it too limiting, and apparently
> > > they aren't allowing users to upgrade to paid accounts now.
> > >
> > > I've heard good things about livejournal. Anyone have any insight into
> > > this?
> > >
> > > Karen Mann
> > I use LiveJournal, tho I haven't actually done much with my particular blog (2
> > posts in 6 months!). I guess the main thing I like about it is that several of
> > my friends are on LJ, and I can check up on their pages just by hitting the
> > 'friends' link on my site. It's a cool idea, tho I have to say that I myself am
> > not totally comfortable with the 'exposing my journal to the public' concept
> > (doesn't stop me from reading everyone else's tho!)
> > -Neb
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