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  1. ‘ I am happy, that i attend to the seminar entitled ‘Renewed Commitment Towards Quality Teaching an INSET for teachers here in Philippines because one of the speaker in the person of josh shared info about blog. Im happy & thanks to God, i want to have many friends pls. send messages to my e-mail Add. koorukuk@yahoo.com.ph THANX!

  2. ‘ I am happy, that i attend to the seminar entitled ‘Renewed Commitment Towards Quality Teaching an INSET for teachers here in Philippines because one of the speaker in the person of josh shared info about blog. Im happy & thanks to God, i want to have many friends pls. send messages to my e-mail Add. koorukuk@yahoo.com.ph THANX!

  3. Hey, why can you custoimize your template here at wordpress.com and I can’t? Just because you are Scoble and I’m nobody? heh…:)

  4. Hey, why can you custoimize your template here at wordpress.com and I can’t? Just because you are Scoble and I’m nobody? heh…:)

  5. I too have several blogs, my main one is in Radio, the others in WP and MT.

    All have advantages and disadvantages. However I’ve been pondering moving m Radio blog to WP.

    For those with Radio, moving the Radio entries to a new blog can be simple. Coverting Radio entries to another platform is messy, moving them isn’t.

    1) create new blog on new server
    2) make a folder, call it Radio
    3) in Radio, publish the entire Radio site to this new folder.
    4) put a link on the home page of the new site, call it Radio Archive, pointing to this new folder.

    Your Radio blog with all entries will be there exactly as it was in Radio. (I haven’t tested this, but see no reason it shouldn’t work.)

  6. I too have several blogs, my main one is in Radio, the others in WP and MT.

    All have advantages and disadvantages. However I’ve been pondering moving m Radio blog to WP.

    For those with Radio, moving the Radio entries to a new blog can be simple. Coverting Radio entries to another platform is messy, moving them isn’t.

    1) create new blog on new server
    2) make a folder, call it Radio
    3) in Radio, publish the entire Radio site to this new folder.
    4) put a link on the home page of the new site, call it Radio Archive, pointing to this new folder.

    Your Radio blog with all entries will be there exactly as it was in Radio. (I haven’t tested this, but see no reason it shouldn’t work.)

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