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My Migration Has Ended

The American author Thomas Wolfe said
You can’t go home again
Well, you can't go back to Old Template 2006 Blogger, either.

Move your account to use the new Blogger
Not a lot of choice there. OK, I'm going.


The last time I'll see this.




The last time I'll see this.


Several tense moments later, the email popped up on my screen.
Welcome to the new Blogger.



The last time I'll see this.


But how to log back in? Not from the old shortcut, I see.


The last time I'll see this.


DOHH. Just load the blog, now, and use the link on the Navbar.





So now, the real work begins. All the shiny features. Where to start??



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