What does that mean to you? The major advantage I see is that I now have categories. I've already set up my "big five" categories -- my two weekly columns, my two radio shows, plus my monthly eMusic downloads. I've just gone back a couple of months (more on the eMusic, since there's only a few). But all new posts in the areas will have categories, and you can access them via the permanent links on the right side of the page.
The biggest drawback I've found is that I can't get my Haloscan comments to work. I'll work on that. In the meantime, if you have a comment, just e-mail me.
In other blog news, I'll again be doing a separate Legislature blog for The New Mexican this year. You can find it HERE. (On the maiden post you can find the links to all the Legislature stories I have in today's New Mexican.)
As has been the case the past couple of years, my personal blog here -- normally a strange hodgepodge of music and state politics -- will focus mainly on music, though it still be the home of Roundhouse Roundup, my weekly political column. (Catch that cool category link!)
And I'll still post an occasional link to funny political items like this one in this morning's Washington Post.:
But the big campaign news is all the media attention that Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) got after he was photographed shirtless. The Zeitgeist sincerely hopes that New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson doesn't read that last sentence.(OK, someone in my glass house shouldn't call the kettle "black." In fairness to the gov, if he keeps losing weight like he's done in recent weeks, he won't have to worry about stuff like this.)