Sunday, February 05, 2006

Blogger Problems

Blogger has been having a lot of problems lately as you have probably noticed. Apparently, they are not equipped to deal with the high volume. But hey, it's owned by gimicky Google so it's all good. Nevertheless, I am looking at alternatives to Blogger.

1 Comments:

Anonymous bean said...

yahoo 360 is a viable option. You can not only blog, but put RSS feeds among other things. It is still in Beta so not a lot of bells and whistles as far as custom graphics- but you can add photos and all sorts of other things, and can make it public or sections of it private, or for invited folks only.

Feb 11, 2006, 11:46:00 PM  

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