Blogging from Windows Live Writer

18 Apr

So because I’ve been using Windows Vista more often because of my gaming rampage (you can blame Steam for that), and because I can’t find a way to install Blogilo as a stand-alone application, I’m now using the comparatively… well, OK, so Windows Live Writer is not awful, but it does use the silly ribbon interface I can’t dislike enough and seems to be missing a few features as well.

Since I’ve been going on a gaming rampage, and have both enjoyed and been disappointed by various games (sometimes at the same time), I might start writing up some game reviews too.

Finally, I feel like I should explain why my blog’s been so vacant all this time. The internet is a big place, and I usually think of a blog post in terms of, “If I’ve thought about [some clever thing], someone else has probably already thought about it and blogged it”, so I tend to start up conversations on other people’s blogs rather than writing an entirely new blog post. I usually comment under the names, “Madman” or, “the_madman”. Keep the internet tidy, people!


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