Radio weblog

Less than a month ago, I posted about my first webhome closing.  Now that it’s gone, I have quite a few more broken bookmarks that I thought I would now – old “virtual friends” whose early webhomes had been enshrined and, for the most part, untouched since the 1990’s.  I’ll miss those “colorful” (in more ways than one) sites.
History seems to continue closing up behind me as I just discovered that my second webhome, and first “bloghome”, is now shutting its doors.
Radio UserLand service closing
UserLand has decided to close the Radio UserLand and Salon Radio services as of December 31, 2009.
You can continue to use your Radio weblog hosted with UserLand until the end of the year.
Radio UserLand was as much a program as it was a host.  Nowadays, most blogging platforms use server-side magic to generate pages on the fly from your database of content and style templates.  Radio UserLand operated on your local computer, pre-generating all your pages and saving them to your own computer, uploading them to the server as static HTML pages.
I have long since imported the content of that site to this blog.
I’m feeling kind of old now, and I guess I am, in web-years.

radioLess than a month ago, I posted about my first webhome closing.  Now that it’s gone, I have quite a few more broken bookmarks that I thought I would now – old “virtual friends” whose early webhomes had been enshrined and, for the most part, untouched since the 1990’s.  I’ll miss those “colorful” (in more ways than one) sites.

History seems to continue closing up behind me as I just discovered that my second webhome, and first “bloghome”, is now shutting its doors.

Radio UserLand service closing

UserLand has decided to close the Radio UserLand and Salon Radio services as of December 31, 2009.

You can continue to use your Radio weblog hosted with UserLand until the end of the year.

Radio UserLand was as much a program as it was a host.  Nowadays, most blogging platforms use server-side magic to generate pages on the fly from your database of content and style templates.  Radio UserLand operated on your local computer, pre-generating all your pages and saving them to your own computer, uploading them to the server as static HTML pages.

I have long since imported the content of that site to this blog.

I’m feeling kind of old now, and I guess I am, in web-years.