New Blog Platform

I’ve moved! Well, I’m still here, but my blog has moved. Or, to be completely accurate, I have changed the host and platform of my blog, from Blogger to WordPress.

What you are looking at now (if you’re reading this on the web) is the new blog. I took the opportunity to change a bit on the layout as well, I thought the old layout was rather awkward and noisy.

This also means that some of the old links may no longer work. I have taken a number of precautions and installed a couple of plugins that should alleviate most of the problems. I’ve also done some random testing to ensure that most links still work. In fact, I haven’t found any links that doesn’t work, but if you do, I’d love to hear about it.

Not much has changed, though, at least not yet. WordPress gives me far more options than BlogSpot, and I’m certain I’ll add a lot of cool things, as certain as I am that I’ll forget all about it and pretty much just fix any sudden emergencies.

Hope you enjoy it!


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Bjørn Furuknap

I previously did SharePoint. These days, I try new things to see where I can find the passion. If you have great ideas, cool projects, or is in general an awesome person, get in touch and we might find out together.

7 thoughts on “New Blog Platform”

  1. hi
    i wonder why you are using wordprees and not sharepoint’s blog
    like you said:”I do SharePoint. When I’m not doing SharePoint, I sleep, and then I dream about SharePoint”
    this is not a question to provoke or to annoy, i’m truly wonder

    1. Tal,

      Being proficient at something means knowing when to use and equally important when not to use something. A baker won’t eat cookies or pastries for dinner just because he or she bakes all day. The fact that I know how to use a hammer doesn’t mean I treat every problem as a nail.

      SharePoint sucks at blogging and in fact most public facing web sites. WordPress rocks at that and is lightyears ahead.


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