Religious, By the Numbers

Been working loads over the past week on the blog. I figured out how to link my various domain names to categories within my main blog, so that if someone where to type in something like “” they’d end up at my “JBB’s EdTech Place” category in my blog. Yeah. Then it dawned on me that I needed to make sure that all of the material that I’d created on these former blogs gets moved to the main blog. Damn. Last night/this morning I finished copying all of the entries from my former JBB’s Desktop blog (I also moved those entries to the “jbb’s edtech place” category because they were meant to be Ed/Tech focused and not just Tech focused as the name confusingly communicated). Now I need to finish moving all of the entries from the former religious blog, jacob’s ladder.

So I noticed some time ago that it might be easy for someone to misconstrue my writing or personality based on the number of entries that are general in nature versus the religious entries versus the ed/tech ones. Truth be told I decided to set August 2005 as the place to begin the general purpose/relationship part of the journal, while the ed/tech part back to October 2004 and the religious part goes back to February 2003. In terms of just the number of entries one would assume that i’m mostly about the religious part, which is a bit ironic considering my current waffling on the subject. The date for the beginning of the general/relationship part of the blog was when I switched that blog from a private LiveJournal blog to a public WordPress blog. Simple as that. Anyway, tons more former “Jacob’s Ladder” to move. Onward and upward. jbb

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