I can haz new internets?

Totally, like OMG!  We haz new look! They even shined up the software!  I’ve been secretly praying they’d go to WordPress and drop Movable Type like a jilted lover (not that I have a bias in any way) and we have it!  Praise the internet gods and goddesses!  Welcome back to Denver Metro Blogs!  Wootini!

How do you like “teh look”?  I’m digging it and knowing from my secret super awesome undercover emailz from the higher ups that this is just..*insert dramatic John Williams orchestra swell* the beginning.

A short review of what’s been going on in Denver since I last posted.  Snow, cold, sun then backhand from mother nature with snow and cold..and then a 70 degree Saturday…followed by blizzard Sunday.  Ready for spring!  So ready for those awesome thunderstorms.

Also, Video Blogging will be coming back by next month.  I’ve got some ideas and stuff to do so keep an eye out on that.  Meanwhile, enjoy the new pretty look.  I promise I won’t take crayons to the walls.   Too much.


3 Comments so far

  1. simmons on March 4th, 2008 @ 9:58 am

    The update had some unfortunate side effects, including causing metblogs to completely vanish to those of us who use RSS. I probably would have went for weeks without noticing that the feed was dried up, if I hadn’t found mention of the metblogs problems on another blog. There’s a discussion about the changes and breakages on the Metroblogging Portland blog.

  2. simmons on March 6th, 2008 @ 12:49 pm

    I don’t know if my previous comment was out of line, or just had too many links, but this might be a good time to point out that at least some comments go into limbo and must be approved by a moderator before becoming visible. :)

  3. Aaron DeLay (den_aaron) on March 6th, 2008 @ 9:31 pm

    Sadly, I don’t have the power to approve comments. I think John has that power…unless we can find permissions within to WP to let us do some of the legwork…? :)

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