Moving the blog

We had a bit of server downtime last week and during that time I began thinking a bit about WordPress. 8 months ago I moved my personal blog, to I’ve decided to do the same for this blog. I’ve imported the site and going forward all new posts will be here: and the RSS feed is here:

What’s wrong with WordPress? In my opinion it just feels overly complicated and bloated. The editing interface is too much for what I need. I’ve used it for years for a couple sites and blogs but I’ve never really liked it. I suppose I’m spoiled by the simplicity of my small, hand coded html sites with a folder for images and a folder for css. No concerns there about the security and updating of plugins, templates, the installation files, databases, backups, etc.

So, for now, at least, future posts will be available at the above links. There’s a new post today about WWDC2023, Apple Vision Pro and iPadOS17

. If you’re following along I hope you make the move with me!

2 thoughts on “Moving the blog

  1. Khürt L Williams

    It’s funny. I think is so simplistic it’s complicated and there is to much friction for it to be useful for anything other than short post.

    1. Denny Post author

      Hmmm. Yeah, it is simple but I guess it just clicks for me in a way that WordPress never has. I think WordPress has really evolved into a website creation and maintenance tool which is great for people that need it. But for blogging, even long posts, I’ve come to really enjoy using

      Heck, even replying to you has failed for me 4 times now. I tried replying from the blog post itself and no. I can’t even leave a comment on my own blog without an error. Now I’m trying to reply from within the comments in dashboard. I have no idea if this will actually work. Lol, complicated.

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