Fully migrated, and it feels so good

Every last gem has been laboriously imported by hand from Quick Blogcast to WordPress, with all of the loving care that this blog is known for.

I am out of excuses, and need to get back to writing the book. I’ve been listening to episodes of Mur Lafferty’s I Should Be Writing podcast over the last few days, and while I’ve gotten a lot out of it, the most important thing is that screwing around on the world wide internet web does not add to my word count.


4 responses to “Fully migrated, and it feels so good

  1. Hey, welcome to WordPress!

    (At some point I need to write about my own kind of painful move to WordPress.)

    Get writing!

  2. Thanks, AJ – it wasn’t as bad a transition as I was afraid it was going to be, but then, I had less than 30 entries to transfer over. Sounds like yours was a little worse.

  3. Help me help me! I am at a complete loss (mentally and in regards to hours of my time) in trying to export data from quickblogcast to wordpress. Would you please hold my hand (or at least point me somewhere)? Their customer service can’t even figure out how. What am I missing? The only thing I can do is export posts/comments/etc. to txt.

  4. Wish I could, but even if it hadn’t been almost two and a half years ago, I don’t think I’d have much to offer you. I only had a month’s worth of posts, and not many comments – I pretty much cut and pasted most of them. Good luck finding a more efficient way to deal with the problem.

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