How Do You Like This New Blog?

It's a fabulous LexBlog blog, built by the talented designers and engineers of LexBlog Inc.,  Built on a Moveable Type system, the blog gives me many expanded features, better than Typepad:

  1. Custom graphic design to match my website,
  2. A URL that reflects my website, as opposed to the impossible-to-remember 48-character Typepad address.
  3. A built in search engine that finds keywords in all 500 posts going back to April 2004.
  4. Seven customized feeds to subscribe to the blog, as opposed to the cryptic Typepad "Subscribe to this blog's feed."
  5. Visitors can get email notices when a new post is uploaded, and can subscribe by email.
  6. A print-friendly display -- just press the "print" button in your browser and the text comes out beautifully, without cutting off the right edge.
  7. A back-end admin screen where I can search prior posts, trackbacks and comments; open a power-editing screen to quickly assign hundreds of posts into categories in a few minutes; filter out unpublished entries; and assign multiple categories to a post.
  8. Ability to subscribe to other blogs with a built-in newsreader.
  9. Paste directly from Word, and filter out all the proprietary Microsoft code that screws up the formatting.
  10. And most importantly, reach a live human by telephone for customer support!

If you are a blogger, I highly recommend you contact Kevin O'Keefe,, 206 340 8204 or their Sales Director, Mike Hellum, mike@lexblog,com, 206 340 8202.

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thom singer - April 27, 2007 10:52 AM

Larry, I like the upgrade to the new blog.

Keep up the good work.


Timothy Stanley - May 8, 2007 4:09 PM

The blog is great! The LexBlog team did a very good job for you. Congrats to you and the LexBloggers for the great new blog design. And keep up the posts :) Peace - Tim

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