It shall take some hours to transfer all the writings. Once transferred we shall consider if we are going to make them visible for the general public. At the moment of this writing about 1750 articles were already transferred and 2250 to go.
It would take ages to transfer those 4000 postings placed manually on this site. So in case there are readers who would like to have already access to those writings, please do let us know.
In case there would be enough readers interested we shall make all the articles already available on Blogger.
We also would like to bring to your attention that Bijbelvorser or Bibleresearcher started from scratch on WordPress. Perhaps some of his previous articles on Multiply shall also find their way on his website: Bijbelvorser = Bible Researcher
Our transfer from MSN to WordPress: Hello world!
Bibleresearcher’s transfer from Multiply to WordPress: Hello world!
Brother Marcus his Move from Windows Live Spaces to Multiply to WordPress + A move in Spaces
Bible Students Welcome to some older articles
- Multiply to shut down by December 1 2012 (rightonthemark.wordpress.com)
As announced last August, Multiply.com will be shutting down its social network service (which includes blogs, notes, photos, links, among others) by December 1, 2012 to focus on becoming “Southeast Asia’s premier online marketplace.”
- New Blogging Site? (mizxtreme.wordpress.com)
It’s not a big deal but I think I’m going to move to Blogger.com instead.
Today it just really annoyed me that I would have to pay $30/year to WordPress just so I can choose my own font to use.
- The 5 Most Important Programming Languages For Bloggers (thetechscoop.net)
There is plenty of software out there to makes bloggers’ lives a lot easier, making it simple to design a site with not even basic html knowledge. Yet some people just want to have full control.
- 9 Useful IFTTT Recipes for Bloggers (bloggingtips.com)
- 16 of the Most Common WordPress Mistakes (sitepoint.com)
Just as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, there is one fact of life we can’t argue with – we all make mistakes. And while there isn’t a lot we can do to prevent them, we can learn from our mistakes. Even better, we can learn from other people’s mistakes!