Christopher Roberts Philosophy BlogIts my Technology Blogs birthday tomorrow, and what better way to celebrate the night before the big day, by launching yet another blog. You heard right, I am launching a third blog!
|Currently I have a social blog and a technology blog. The social blog is used to share stuff that's been happening in my social life, and my technology blog is to try and provide the best coverage on one of my favourite topics.|
So, what will my third blog be? If you have managed to get to this page without reading the title, or URL or any link names, you will still be in the dark, however as you have probably guessed by now, my third blog is going to be a philosophy blog.
On my philosophy blog I hope to cover many famous, and not so famous, philosophical issues and theories, and also provide you with lots of juicy content to get your brain ticking!
"Where will I find this blog?" - I hear you asking. Well my social blog was launched as a subdomain to my main site, christopher-roberts.co.uk, making it blog.christopher-roberts.co.uk. My technology blog was originally launched in a directory on my social blog, but as it seemed that it was a success, I moved it to its very own subdomain technology.christopher-roberts.co.uk.
Now for my philosophy blog I wanted to test using a WordPress powered system, so I created a free WordPress.com blog on the 21st of July 2010, to see whether it was any good. I thought that WordPress was fantastic, so I bought the domain on the 3rd of August 2010, loaded WordPress on on the 8th of August 2010 and finally imported my WordPress.com posts, and officially launched the blog on the 9th of August 2010.
"Where can I find this blog, please I must know!" - I am flattered *blush*. You can now find my philosophy blog at philosophy.christopher-roberts.co.uk.
The blog has comments enabled, with KeywordLuv, so that you can get a link to your site when you comment, and after 3 approved comments, your comments are automatically approved and made dofollow, so you benefit from the link juice!
Not much else to say really, click on the link below, or on my sidebar and happy reading!
Links: Christopher Roberts Philosophy Blog
Posted By: Christopher (Admin)
Date posted: 9th August 2010
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