I’ve been running a website since 1999. I’ve hand coded the html, used Dreamweaver, Flash and coded xml and css. Finally I decided I was wasting my time maintaining a site and shifted to Typepad because it made my life simple and met my needs.
However, it seems time for another shift.
Blogs suck for conversations. One of my most active posts is from over a year ago. Good luck finding it unless you grab the link externally and delve deep into my archives. Why don’t active posts “float” to the top? New is good, but blogs are supposed to be about conversations.
Jeff over at Venture Chronicles picked up on my comments on media pricing and added his own comments. In turn, one of his readers commented and I’m tempted to go back and comment because it picks up on an article I wrote 5 years ago, which I could roll into the conversation. But all of this will be lost shortly as it moves off the front page…
The static website, even with trackbacks and comments isn’t working.
Is anyone working on solving this problem? Is there something I’ve missed?