[teknoids] RE: Blogger software
tcblack at uark.edu
Mon Aug 24 14:25:12 EDT 2009
There are upsides and downsides for both types of publishing. It really boils down to how involved you wish to be with your blog.
Here's a little breakdown that may help out:
Hosted Blog systems like Blogger, Typepad, Wordpress.com
- no need to maintain software and install security patches
- very little flexibility as far as plug-ins go, but the look/template is very flexible
- no need to have a server to maintain, or space to worry about
DIY systems on your own server like Wordpress.org, Movable Type, and Expression Engine
- must maintain software and security patches yourself
- very flexible plug-in architecture and look/template system
- must maintain your own server space
- total control over your own blog system
- You have your own branded domain
In my opinion, a hosted solution like Blogger, Wordpress.com, and Typepad are just fine. Unless having your own branded URL matters to you of course.
University of Arkansas
School of Law
From: teknoids-bounces at ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces at ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Richards, Ed
Sent: Monday, August 24, 2009 1:09 PM
Subject: [teknoids] Blogger software
Looking for pros and cons for blogger software. I have a couple of trial
blogs I set up with Blogger and publish to my own site. This works
pretty well, but I am wondering if there are advantages to other
packages and whether there are advantages to publishing to the blogger
domain rather than one's own domain.
Edward P. Richards
Director, Program in Law, Science, and Public Health
Harvey A. Peltier Professor of Law
LSU Law Center
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-1000
richards at lsu.edu
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