MovableType part 3.0
It’s a little later since my earlier MT posts (one and two) and people have calmed down a bit about MovableType’s new pricing structure. Which for individual personal use really isn’t that different than the previous versions. I like that some of the big names in MT blogging feel the same way as I do/did. (Of course I didn’t list the few big names that disagreed with me.)
Here’s the problem. It might be enough of a fiasco to have really hurt the company. If for no other reason that bloggers heard about all the alternatives; some of the less expensive (free) alternatives. I’ve been a little blinded from the beginning in loving MT so much I wasn’t exploring all the alternatives but I’m happy with it, so why switch?
Related sidebar: Every year they release a new model of my car, new features, better gas mileage and they all have that new car smell; but I’m still driving my 2000. Actually I bought my car because I didn’t like a “feature” of the new model so I ran around trying to find a 2.661 version (I mean 2000) model of the same car…
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