Categories Asides Good Morning Switch Post author By Matt Post date March 27, 2007 12 Comments on Good Morning Switch Good Morning Silicon Valley, one of my favorite blogs, has switched to WordPress. 🙂 Share this: Related Thirty SixJanuary 11, 2020In "Asides"Syn-thesis 3: SwitchersAugust 11, 2010In "Switchers"Kevin SmithApril 27, 2005In "Asides" ← Mitch Kapor vs. Mark Zuckerberg → With Jeff Bezos 12 replies on “Good Morning Switch” Don’t you mean, switched to WordPress? Nice catch (from/to)… I was worried there for a second 🙂 Good ^^ What they use before? W00t! May the Google-esqe WordPress machine roll on. All will fall sway to its siren song of self-publishing goodness. And so did we – just now. Well, a couple of hours ago. So thanks for all the work you put into WP. Was a lot of hard work though. Four years of MT and 4 MT-blogs into WP with emulation through categories. No Permalink broken! I suppose that question has been asked about a hundred times – why no a simple multiblog capability in WP? Not WP-MU blogfarm sized, but something smaller. Maybe super categories that will keep all content distinct from the others. It was a real pain to have to write a custom function to have date based archives by category, for example, and then to check which one of the blog-level categories is the parent. Looking forward to WP 2.2! Long live WordPress! That’s great, Matt. WP continues to evolve into a fantastic CMS as well as blogging platform. I know quite a few folks who are making a living thanks to what you’ve started. I was at a meeting once with Frank Batten and someone asked ‘How much is enough?’ I cringed, but he graciously answered that every family that can earn a good living from what he started is worth more than any dollar he ever personally earned. Wise man. You must feel great that there’s an industry beginning to take hold around what you started. Congratulations. O yey! Cheers and good morning 🙂 I’ve been a fan of GMSV for just over a decade now and I’m stoked to see them getting on the WordPress bus. I think they were on Typepad or MT. Huzzah for WP! I read this daily 🙂 Comments are closed.