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7-11-2008 @ 5:52PM
I've been using blogger for years for various blogs and it's quite easy, but sophisticated enough for the mid-range blogger that likes to tweak. The interface is all drag drop now, for designing your page, and making entries, adding photos and video, making lists and such is a snap. Works great with the Firefox add-on Scribefire, as well, so you can blog while you browse.As for focus, I like the blogs that are one topic, but some of the most fun blogs are the people that will talk about anything. There's usually some sort of "slant" (funny, light, deep, technical, QQ, etc.) but any topic is fair game. Blogs DO tend to evolve over time, but the old writer's adage works well here: "Write What You Know!"-FriOur Girl Friday - htttp://fridaymacfay.blogspot.com
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