Now Featuring Tons of “New” Content

After years of some of my old blog archives being pri­vate, I’ve decid­ed to import every­thing I can find (from four oth­er Word­Press instal­la­tions) into this one blog.

I think this is proof I’m a glut­ton for pun­ish­ment. How much pun­ish­ment? There are near­ly fifty cat­e­gories now. Oh man, I had no idea how to orga­nize con­tent back then. I don’t want that con­tent to just dis­ap­pear, so now I get to deal with it here.

Feel free to browse the archives and com­ment on what­ev­er you want! I’m cer­tain at this point you can go all the way back to when I was an anti-Calvin­ist, King James Only­ist, but I may have already swept some of that non­sense under­neath the prover­bial rug.

Enjoy.

Note: I real­ize a lot of stuff is is bro­ken. I need to fix attach­ments, apply bet­ter tags, and basi­cal­ly do a ton of housecleaning.

2 thoughts on “Now Featuring Tons of “New” Content”

  1. I do not envy this task! I’m in the midst of doing the oppo­site and split­ting one blog into two blogs since they are such indi­vid­ual ideas. It’s not fun but should be worth it in the end! BTW shoot me an email if you don’t mind — I have some ques­tions about The­sis (from a user stand­point) that I’d love to ask you!

    1. I’ve nev­er split a blog, so I don’t know how easy it will be… How­ev­er, I can sug­gest this.

      Cre­ate a new user in the blog you want to split. Apply all posts being split out of the blog to the new­ly cre­at­ed user. Then, when you use Tools -> Export, you can spec­i­fy only to export *that* user’s posts, allow­ing you to quick­ly and eas­i­ly sep­a­rate your content.

      In the­o­ry, that should work wonderfully.

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