There’s No Page Like Home

Mimi Smartypants–author, national treasure, and blogger since the Taft Administration–has moved off Diaryland and onto her own domain: mimismartypants.com.

Ever since I set up the Infinite Summer website I have been in a WordPress frenzy, and poor Mimi sort of got caught in the whirlwind. Having completed that redesign (which consisted mostly of M. Smartypants sending emails like “Please make the site as plain and nondescript as possible, thx!”), I have turned my attention to my own, and have already imported all dy entries from Movable Type into here (hi!). Consequentially, the look of this site will probably be pretty volatile over the next few days. The theme I finally settle on will be whichever was last installed at the moment when my newfound WordPress enthusiasm abruptly sputters out (i.e., 2:52 PST on July 11th).

As for content: well, despite the fact that I appear to have embroiled myself in hoitytoity literary capital-e Event, I promise that I will continue posting here at approximately the same rate as before. Which, as you will recall, was averaging about one post per season.

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7 comments.

  1. OMG! What happened to your website! I always knew that WordPress is pure evil: it know looks like a page in the ‘Financial Times’.
    And half of the links seem to be gone, too… I’m eagerly awaiting a change of the theme.

  2. I DON’T LIKE CHANGE.

  3. Needs… More Sturm. Less Drang.

  4. I like it fine, but we all know about my taste in webbiness.

  5. Oh! I had been wondering how I came upon this blog in the first place, but now I bet it was via Mimi Smartypants.

  6. miss you.

  7. I don’t suppose there is any chance you will change the theme to one that restores the links to the previous and next articles, chronologically? I can’t overstate how much less pleasant I find weblog sites that don’t have those.