I'm going to use the next few days to try out Blogger. Will it dazzle me like the other Google apps? Will I finally muster the strength to leave behind quirky, buggy, inexplicable iBlog? Stay tuned.
If I find myself posting regularly here, then I'll make the change and slowly start moving old content over here from my online home for the last four years.
The test may well come over the next three days. From 9 am to 7:30 pm -- sometimes later -- I'll be holed up in the university's conference center with 21 Honors administrators and faculty from around the country, talking databases and classroom technology. I have primary responsibility for only two 45-minute sessions in those three long days. The rest of the time I'll be listening, running errands, eating, knitting (I hope), and blogging (I hope).
Maybe I'll write about the epic battle between NBC's Singing Bee and Fox's Don't Forget The Lyrics. (Not since Leno vs. Letterman have the stakes -- and the concept -- been so high.) I'm overdue for a roundup of links to my own writing -- that's always good for a day's post. There's that history of Places I've Lived that I promised awhile back. Maybe it'll be philosophical musings about educational technology, or a political rant, or a lazy meme. The point, dear faithful readers, is that you don't know. So surely it doesn't matter than neither do I.
Anybody with tips or tips for proper Blogger use, or suggestions for clean template design -- please step up and be heard. Thanks for making that extra click to follow me over here. Don't change your links and bookmarks yet, but click in again tomorrow when you see the teaser over at the old homestead.