More than one year after I started this blog, I decided to migrate it from that buggy old
WinWordpress installation I was running it on to Habari, which is this all new, damn smooth, consequently minimalistic and simply coolest blogging software on earth, that sadly none of you might have ever heard of. Until today! Here we go. Habari is an open source and state-of-the-art project, let's call it the Macintosh among the blogging softwares (at least that's how it feels). I strongly encourage you to break down your huts and to reassemble them where the water is clear and the air is fresh.
Honestly, it is just great.
So, perhaps I will do another eulogy-post later, but currently I'm pretty busy with some other stuff.
During the next few days I'll enhance the static content on this site and maybe blog about something very interesting.
I don't think that I'm going to migrate any of my previous posts to the new database, since I was pretty unexperienced and only wrote them out of a young journalistic curiosity, not with any particular sort of goal or the like. And I don't see the necessity for finding them being torn out of context somewhere on the web in a few years.