Hello world!

Hello World!

I know, the above cliche seems inappropriate but I beg to differ. Changes have happened to this site once more! As you may have noticed, I still have a basic dark theme (I have to read black text on white backgrounds all day thus why my personal spaces have to be different…its refreshing…don’t you think?) but I have changed the whole platform!

All my previous sites were running on Joomla but I think I now understand why many blogs do not use that platform. It is immensely powerful but not designed for blogging. It has too many bells and whistles for a simple blog site, and frankly speaking, the lack of good support for blogging tools like Blogilo in KDE (which is what I am using now), Windows Live Writer in Windows (of course) and other blog editors is just a pain in the… That is the main reason for the move. Using a blogging tool also help on bandwidth and makes it a lot simpler to post content. So now that I am on a good platform, you bet you are going to see a lot more on this blog. By the way, for those who might be wondering which platform this is, its WordPress (the CMS version of WordPress, which you can find at WordPress.org, and not the online blogging version at WordPress.com)

As expected, there are challenges I am getting already, like looking for a good download manager for this platform. Joomla has a wide selection but am sure I can get one for wordpress; so if you have any ideas, please, do holla at me using the comments list. And while you are at it, I would also appreciate a nice contact me page plugin for this platform as well. Thanks in advance for your help world!

I have had quite a few experiences since the last time I was contributing to the blogosphere and I am ready to share with you world so do come back from time to time, or subscribe to my feed. For now, I think this is log enough for my introduction article. So for now…bye.

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  1. just for laughs

    A new pastor was visiting in the homes of his
    parishioners. At one house it seemed obvious
    that someone was at home, but no answer came to
    his repeated knocks at the door.

    Therefore, he took out a business card and
    wrote “Revelation 3:20” on the back of it and
    stuck it in the door.

    When the offering was processed the following
    Sunday, he found that his card had been
    returned. Added to it was this cryptic message,
    “Genesis 3:10.”

    Reaching for his Bible to check out the
    citation, he broke up in gales of laughter.
    Revelation 3:20 begins “Behold, I stand at the
    door and knock.”

    Genesis 3:10 reads, “I heard your voice in the
    garden and I was afraid for I was naked.”

    Remember when the funniest jokes were the clean
    ones? They still are!

    “A cheerful heart is good medicine” (Prov.
    17:22) Now, pass it on…
    >
    > Have cheerful day won’t you?

    Vinn!

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