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You may have noticed over the last week that our site blog (blog.networkcomputing.com/sitecontent.html) has started redirecting to blog.networkcomputing.com/nwcfeed/. This is our first step in migrating all of our weblogs to Movable Type from Blogger. Blogger has been great, but with...

You may have noticed over the last week that our site blog (blog.networkcomputing.com/sitecontent.html) has started redirecting to blog.networkcomputing.com/nwcfeed/. This is our first step in migrating all of our weblogs to Movable Type from Blogger. Blogger has been great, but with no built-in support for comments and no ability to fully self-manage the content (we must first publish on blogger and then ftp to our server), we've decided at last to make the change.

Hopefully, this won't be too disruptive, as we'll try to keep all of our directory structures and file naming conventions intact. You should only notice a change in the basic interface and available features, such as a search tool, multiple xml versions, and an index of recent posts. If you have any troubles at all, please don't hesitate to contact me at bshimmin@nwc.com. I would be very grateful for your help.

Cheers!

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