Two years ago this Urban Semiotic blog was hosted right here on WordPress.com. Then, we moved this blog first to Media Temple and then to Pair Networks on the — we were soon to learn — unwieldy Movable Type blogging platform from Six Apart. Matt Mullenweg sent me a kind private note to wish us well on our departure for Movable Type. This article details our Movable Type hoary road and the bright path we beat back to WordPress.
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From January 10-16, 2009, the incredible Gordon Davidescu and I published 50 new articles — you’re reading number fifty right now — in the Boles Blogs Network! That is an incredible and unbelievable new publication record that didn’t happen by chance or circumstance. Gordon wrote 13 network blog articles and one Go Inside Magazine article and I wrote the rest.
We welcome you to the new home of the United Stage! Since November 25, 1996, we were a website dedicated to supporting Playwrights who wanted to direct their own plays.
Now, as United Stage becomes a blog, we find ourselves still supporting our founding mandate, but we have expanded our world view to dig deeper into how Aristotle and his Poetics continue to unearth our divine rhythms to affect our human motivations in the world.
We look forward to expanding our definition and understanding of our universe in live performance!
We welcome you to the new Boles University blog This blog used to be hosted on the awful and mundane Blogger for several years We decided to move the blog to our Pair Networks setup to bring all Boles Blogs Network writing under a unified Movable Type container.
We are socialized by flocks — but do we also heal and carve behaviors from the same social movement?
Last night, the Food Network revealed its next star: Sissy Biggers!
We thought we were wholly finished with Sissy Biggers and her annoying voice, the yipping Chihuahua personality, strange teeth, wispy hair and no-talent parading around our television as a pseudo-expert — but, no — the Food Network is bringing back our worst nightmare and giving her a cooking show that starts next week called “Kitchen Survival Guide.”