Manic Monday... too late for Friday Five.

Yupz... even though it is monday, I will now be answering to last week's Friday Five. Something I've never done before, but Cyborgirl answered in such a honest and open way to the questions that I wanted to give it a try too.

1. How long have you had a weblog? My first post ever was done at August 4th 2001. This means friedkitten.com is almost 1 year old/young!

2. What was your first post about? About some headache, lack of sex and working on the computer too much. Read the virgin post here. Apart from the headache, nothing much seems to have changed apparently.

3. How many changes (name, location, etc.) of your weblog have there been, if more than one? It has been online at friedkitten.com (one of my many domains) from day one, and no changes in name or title have been made. It is still the same design as it was from day one, apart from some minor changes like adding a comment system and such.

4. What CMS (content management system) do you use? Do you like it or do you want to try something else? I've been using Blogger from the first blogging attempt, and since about 6 months or so moved to Blogger Pro. I've done some tests with Movable Type, but haven't been switching (yet). Making this blog 100% Mozilla, Netscape & Opera compatible is something that I really should do.

5. Do you read people who have both a journal and a weblog? Or do you prefer to read people who have all of their writing in one central place? I don't really follow journals, and most blogs I read on an almost daily base are scattered all over the web, and the globe as well. Most of them you can find in my (Blog) Links section on the right.

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