The blog is dead, long live the blog!

Gday all, I’ve decided that it’s way too hard to blog in 40 different places and have basically moved myself entirely over to http://digitalorthodoxy.com and the network of blogs around it, the major one being the youth ministry blog at http://blog.digitalorthodoxy.com.  I’ll be regularly posting over at the youth ministry blog and linking new entries to the other blogs from there when they are made so people can check them out if by-chance they’re not on their rss subscriptions.

For those of you not in the know there’s a lectionary blog (which I post on irregularly), the alternative hymnal (which I’ve been working on some new material for recently including a book for lent next year), batteries not included (a blog that offers a huge list of ideas for youth groups and is slowly growing), and the downstream magazine (a project of the uniting church here) there is also another blog that might come to surface in the next couple of months as I start to re-write the youth, culture and media course that I’ve been taking for CSU in the last couple of years (this blog will help me develop the course and keep providing resources for participants).

There’s been a number of reasons for this, the largest of which is that bur.st’s php server keeps on dying which means that almost 30% of the time I head there to upload an entry I’m greeted with an error page, it’s become really annoying.  Another reason is I’ve lost my comments feature since the move to wp2.5, possibly a php server error and the final reason is that while I’m focusing on things over there I’ve not been concentrating on things on this blog, it’s time to move.

This blog will sit here for a while as I migrate some stuff over to the new(er) space but I suggest you change your links on blogrolls and your rss subscription. I’ll also try and keep the bur.st space in order to host files for download …

If you can do me a favour please pass on news of the move to others because I know that moves like this don’t always get noticed…