SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Blogs
Re: [Sigia-l] Blogs
> Well, on my part I'd say that the real question is rather if these
> tools, I mean the Drupals, WordPresses, etc, were ever actually meant
> for such disentermediated use or if this isn't something really
> belonging to services like Blogger?
I was just playing with a Blogger template the other week. The cruft that's
around the basic stuff in the source is ridiculous. No doubt to accommodate
multiple templates, but, like I said, once you decide to deviate even
moderately from the given code/template even Blogger isn't so friendly.
> they were pretty much meant to be like that.
Perhaps. Either there's not much money to be made and therefore they don't
bother or they're leaving money on the table.
The whole scene needs a rethink.
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