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Update your bookmarks, readers, and perhaps even your address book – And Then We Laughed has a new address…
Whelp – this blog is just about to run out of the allotted free server space, which means that I have a decision to make.
- Stop blogging. Let’s be real – it’s not like I’ve been blogging regularly in recent years. Perhaps it is time for me to hang up my proverbial blogging hat.
- Move to a self-hosted platform. Eh. I don’t really want to have to pay to blog. And since I have no desire to make money via blogging, it seems silly to pay when there are plenty of free options.
- Delete old posts. I could clear up space and delete non-meaningful posts. This option does seem unnecessary and like a lot of work.
- Start another ‘free’ blog and archive this one. In full disclosure, this is the option I am most learning toward. I would call the new blog And Then We Laughed and the domain http://www.andthenwelaughed.com would direct to the new blog. The only thing that would change would be the actual web address. And the archives would remain on this space.