Now that I finished reviewing FUNimation’s second season of Detective Conan (Case Closed), I thought that I would talk about a plugin that has really helped me, and even makes migrating a blog easier.
Since I have been using Habari for over a year now. I decided to make a post talking about my favorite plugins. While many would be ones people think should be in the core of any blog platform, there is one that I do not think any other platform has and makes migrating to different servers very simple.
In case you guys have found a useful post from me and want an offline version, visit my blog’s ebook archive page. The Airprint post is in the 2011 archive.
As I have found many people having troubles claiming blogs on Technoarti, I decided to post something that helped me remedy the situation, when I changed from brycec.dyndns.org to my current domain.
Recently, I submitted my blog to Amazon and surprisingly it is available now. You guys cans subscribe for $0.99/month. However, if you use normal feed aggregating clients, you can still follow my blog without paying anything. The nice about subscribing through Kindle though is that you will be able to read your favorites posts offline, even if the server goes down.
Here is a link to my blog post that reviews FMAB Part 5. This is probably one of my better done anime reviews, since I am familiar with the FMA series.
Astronerdboy found out about the mess and is running and, now if only the Negima spoilers started coming again.