Our Mighty Blog Migration from Tumblr to WordPress

We’ve had a wonderful ride with Tumblr this past year. Arizona State Sun Devils Maglia Dwyane Wade

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    We Want to Encourage Lively Discussions

    Another benefit of switching over to our own managed blog is that we wish to maintain more meaningful connections with our customers. In the case of WordPress, this simply means we want to be more easily accessible via commenting. nike air max 2016 zwart New Balance 446 hombre

    We Want to Increase Accessibility

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    The Nitty Gritty

    We’ve chartered into interesting territory with this install. Canotte Houston Rockets Nike Air Max 2016 Dames wit We view WordPress as a potential security hole. nike air max homme pas cher For this reason, we tasked ourselves with setting up WordPress as an Nginx reverse proxy. What this means is we’re actually serving up our blog on it’s own machine independent of POP’s application architecture.

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