Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Changes

You may have noticed a few changes here on Philosofickle. I recently updated my blog to the new "Blogger Beta" provided through Google. Or something. I didn't pay much attention to it before hand, I just decided it would be a wise idea to update my blog, since the new format promised improvements.

And I do think the blog has been improved. For one, the search function is supposed to be superior. For another, the archives are more easily searchable. And we can add nifty little labels for the post. But maybe most important, my spell check now recognizes the word "blog". Finally!

Anyways, look around, check it out, see how you like it.

You should also know that I've officially started my second blog: A Centrist Voice. This will be a purely political blog, designed to define and promote the Centrist agenda that I have, at times, started to address on this blog. A Centrist Voice will be a place for dialogue and discussion among folks of all political stripes. I'm not going to say much more about it here, since, well, you can just go there and read about Centrism if you're so inclined. Suffice it to say, you should feel free to check it out once a week or so, since that's about how often I'm going to try to update. If you've ever found yourself interested in some of the political discussions on this blog, or strongly agreeing/disagreeing with what I've written here, this promises to be an interesting read. I'll probably still post political things on here from time to time, but probably less frequently.

And feel free to recommend A Centrist Voice to friends and family. Hopefully we can get some good discussions going there and really advance the political discourse.

Oh, and huge freakin' points for the the lyrics.

Somebody owes me something,
It might as well be you

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

viva voce - from the devil himself

- alan

Matthew B. Novak said...

Huge freakin' points to Alan. Bravo.

emnovak said...

i actually hate the new blogger beta.

Alan said...

yeah its still pretty buggy, won't let me sign in to post comments with my blogger account

Matthew B. Novak said...

I have trouble with that sometimes too. But I like the page layout and archives better. It's also easier to manipulate and change the settings you've got, so blog management is better.