Posted by Kevin Bondelli on May 18, 2008
My blog has moved from https://ydabondelli.wordpress.com to http://www.kevinbondelli.com.
The site has a new design and is now self-hosted, which means I have the flexibility that I lacked with wordpress.com.
All the posts from the this blog have been transfered over there, as well as the comments.
The RSS feed has not changed and was transfered over to this site, so if you are subscribed everything is already taken care of.
Thanks for reading the site and let me know what you think.
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Posted by Kevin Bondelli on May 17, 2008
I finally became frustrated enough with the technical limitations of wordpress.com and the inability to advertise or pretty much do anything else on here. So I bought the bullet and got hosting and everything to move this blog to a new host and domain. I expect to be done with the transition and design of the new site by the end of the week. If you subscribe to this site’s RSS feed, don’t worry, you won’t have to do a thing, it will automatically transition.
I will give you more details closer to launch.
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Posted by Kevin Bondelli on May 14, 2008
In order to test out the new Google Documents form tool, I’m asking people two simple questions: Where should I move? and Where do you think I actually will move?
As some of you may have heard I am thinking about leaving Arizona, mostly because there aren’t many professional opportunities here anymore. In your opinion, where should I relocate, and where do you think I will actually end up.
The options are based on places suggested to me over the last few months. You may use the other field by typing City, State Abbreviation.
Fill out the form at: http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=pBy3TuFg6gpjpk7ysY0iyVQ
Once I have enough data I will post the results using the Google Docs tool and then write about how you could use the tool for your organization.
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