seanmonstar

Jun 16 2011

For every new feature we add, we take an old one out. A lot of big sites don’t do that, and it’s a problem. Twitter started as a beautifully simple product, but it’s now going the same route as Facebook. The drive to innovate can overencumber and destroy a product.

—David Karp, about Tumblr
Dec 13 2010
I know tumblr has been increasingly flaky as of late. And there’s a lot of talk about hopping back onto Wordpress installations. The quality of Wordpress’ code aside, here’s is the number one reason I can never go back to Wordpress.

If I’m ever pushed to move, I’ll have to find or make my own installable blog software that has support for different posts types, but doesn’t have the terrible Wordpress clutter.

I know tumblr has been increasingly flaky as of late. And there’s a lot of talk about hopping back onto Wordpress installations. The quality of Wordpress’ code aside, here’s is the number one reason I can never go back to Wordpress.

If I’m ever pushed to move, I’ll have to find or make my own installable blog software that has support for different posts types, but doesn’t have the terrible Wordpress clutter.

Aug 6 2010