Welcome to my new blog!

Hi subscribers and visitors. I have been silent for a little while as I prepare to finish graduate school. I will soon be losing my university web space. Since I host some projects there that I want to keep up on the web, I figured it was as good a time as any to jump ship from Blogger.

I am now located at http://mchabib.com/, hosted on LISHost, and running WordPress with a K2 theme. I am much happier than I was on the Blogspot servers and Blogger platform. I am still working on this site, so please feel free to offer suggestions as to how I can improve it.

If you got this in your feedreader, then it means you are subscribed to my Feedburner feed, which I am keeping as my primary feed. My comment feed is also remaining the same. The blogger blog is going to remain in the same spot, so old links will remain valid. However, I am going to put a sign up notifying visitors of the new location.

Please stop by when you get a chance and let me know what you think.

Also, thank you for reading. I really appreciate the support. :)

3 thoughts on “Welcome to my new blog!”

  1. Almost forgot, if you have me in your blogroll, please update the link. It is weird to see my Technorati rankings drop from 76,586 to 1,480,713. I don’t even dare look at my PageRank!  I couldn’t help myself.  PageRank 4 down to zero.

  2. Welcome to LISHost and WordPress; I made the move in July.

    I still have a lot to learn about PHP and MySQL so I can do something actually interesting with my blog. Besides content I mean; which I won’t claim is interesting. I still need to learn and make use of some of the resources available at LISHost, too. But school can keep one occupied.

    As you know. And on that note, “Belated congratulations!”

    Just checking out the new digs and getting contact info and links from you since I’m hosting the Carnival the time before you.

  3. Mark,

    I am going through the same things trying to figure out PHP and MySQL. Content is most important, but messing around with the template is a pretty good way to learn skills to apply elsewhere.

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