new adventures in blogging
It used to be I would write blog posts from bed on my iPod Touch, on the notepad app and then I’d email it to myself to publish the next time I got to a computer. Or, if I didn’t feel like waiting, I’d do it all from the browser on my iPod which wasn’t very easy.
However, it seems we have rounded a new corner in technology and blogging.
This past weekend, we got a new cell plan and new phones. Our two year contract was up last October and we hadn’t done anything about it yet because we couldn’t decide what we wanted to do. We were having a lot of problems with dropped calls and it was getting frustrating. But, the plan we had was the cheapest. We went back and forth until we got to the point where we *needed* to get Paul a new phone. So we bit the bullet, switched carriers, and got a completely new phone.
We both have Motorola Droids. Paul has a smart phone again – it was a $10 difference and that was worth it to us for him to once again have easy access to email and to GPS (he has no sense of direction). Tonight I downloaded the WordPress app and am trying it out. Definitely makes blogging so much easier than my previous method!
So, new adventure. More late night ramblings. Maybe I’ll write shorter, on-the-go pieces as if I was updating Facebook. Or maybe nothing will change. We’ll see. :-)
2 thoughts on “new adventures in blogging”
I have the wordpress app, but I get picking about blogging. Which is why I don’t post enough. I like to be sitting down at a computer with a proper keyboard, and be surrounded by plenty of time and peace and quiet. A recipe for fail with three kids.
I’m the same way, Becky. Which is one of the reasons why I stopped blogging. But I miss it and so I’m trying to not be picky. I was thinking today… I think I needed a break to get out of the habit of my old style, and hopefully picking it back up I’m making it work better for my current lifestyle.
I tried the WordPress app on my iPod a long time ago but couldn’t get it to work with my blog (kept saying a permissions error). I’m happy to find it working again.
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