soupsoup: john: “When the event ended, I watched everyone stumble out of Housing Works toward the af

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soupsoup:

john:

“When the event ended, I watched everyone stumble out of Housing Works toward the after party, and I thought to myself that maybe, just maybe, it was time for me to switch from WordPress to Tumblr.

The New Yorker: “A-Tumblring We Go”

Tumblr Reads in The New Yorker. Yes it feels like the right time.

Yeah. Unless you want comments. Or, uh, any features at all.

Tumblr is Internet porn and a dirty handkerchief—quick, satisfying, convenient, effective, and above all else, easy. But you don’t want to be doing it for the rest of your life

WordPress is a girl who’s hot enough, smart enough, stable enough and funny enough to marry. Not only does it have an insane knack for learning new tricks, but if you’re savvy enough, you can teach it your own.

I should probably also mention Tumblr terms of service, and remind all you limp-sad hipsters to effing back-up your blogs. A self-installed, self-hosted WordPress setup has no terms of use. It’s your shop, top-to-bottom.