joebustillos.com Thanks for visiting this blog. I’ve moved all of my posts to joebustillos.com. Please click the link, then scroll to the very bottom of that page where it says, “Follow Blog via Email,” and click the FOLLOW button to get … Continue reading Blog Reunification as joebustillos.com
My name is Joe and I have a problem working on my blog or creating new blogs or posts when I have more important things to do. Even if I have student projects to grade for the next day or … Continue reading My Addiction: A Blogging Problem
Part 1 – 2015-11-03 I think I got bored over the summer and decided that I wanted to go from the relatively inexpensive WordPress.com to the extremely customizable “self-hosted” version of WordPress (the version used by WP gurus and whole businesses built on supporting/creating these sites…). Since then I’ve “duplicated” the main blog, though there were about 1,000 posts that didn’t seem to make the transfer successfully (requiring some ongoing hand-coding/manual transferring of the missing posts…). I created a blog specifically for my podcast, jbb’s final thoughts (instead of it being just a category on the main blog). I’ve attempted … Continue reading It’s Not Supposed To Be This Difficult – Blogging in 2015
2015-08-12_wordpress-org-error Last week I bit the bullet and signed up for an account with DreamHost so that I can move my blog(s) from the free WordPress.com hosting to a self-hosting site. It’s been a bumpy road. I’m not entirely sure … Continue reading Wordpress.ORG or Wordpress.COM
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A couple weeks ago I went to a meeting of my local WordPress (support) group and one of the talks was on upcoming web trends that we needed to pay attention to. Oh boy, my head was swimming in a … Continue reading WordPress, Flattened Expectations & Who Really Visits Your Blog
I started playing with WordPress.com today & moved my whole blog over to see if I could really get away with ditching my self-hosted blog. I recognize that web-hosting is not a very big concern except for maybe one out … Continue reading From $200 a Year to $20 (or Less)!