Migration to new CMS



As you can see I’m in the midst of a migration to a new CMS tool. Right now I’m using wordpress which is normally considered a blogging tool. Frankly, I was reluctant to look at a blogging tool in part because the concept has such a trendy feel to it. Truth be told, technically the way I’ve envisioned (and at times implemented) updates to my sites have been in the style that these days is not too far from blogging. At this point I’m fairly impressed with wordpress. If you’re interested in learning more, there is likely a link at the bottom of the page, or you could try this link www.wordpress.org

Old content will be migrated from the old layout and at somepoint this new portal will likely be made active.

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