Zephyrus of the Anemoi

.the ramblings of a radman.

iWeb of Lies

So, I recently stopped subscribing to MobileMe because I’m broke. Don’t get me wrong, I love the service and think it’s incredible. But, given a choice between putting food on the table and syncing bookmarks, contacts, etc. between computers, I choose food. At least 73% of the time.

As a result, I recently re-published my iWeb that was hosted there over at this domain. It was relatively painless, thanks to iWeb 3’s inclusion of FTP support for publishing. I may actually start working on some additional iWeb stuff on top of my blog here in the future, as I’ve always enjoyed the way my sites turn out with the app.

Anyway, you can find it here.

The blog will likely stay up until I re-post them all on this blog for archival purposes. No point in having multiple blogs out there.

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2 Comments

  1. That’s the thing – I think that while there are a lot of neat technologies, at least on the web, the model of getting the end user to pay for everything may be somewhat flawed.

    Rupert Murdoch has announced that he will try to make readers pay for his content on sites like WSJ.com. This will be an interesting test of the old business model vs. the Internet business model.

  2. That’s the thing – I think that while there are a lot of neat technologies, at least on the web, the model of getting the end user to pay for everything may be somewhat flawed.

    Rupert Murdoch has announced that he will try to make readers pay for his content on sites like WSJ.com. This will be an interesting test of the old business model vs. the Internet business model.

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