The whole redirecting thing is quite a quandry. Hopefully, you'll find a way around it.Nevertheless, I do like the new name.
Google says old urls can be used by other blogs…I could change it and then (allegedly) create another blog with the old url which would direct people to the new one, but it wouldn't change all of the links.
Thumbs up on the new name.
Now the confusion time. Is it pronounced "eks" or "ten"? XD
It better be, and is. I really need to stop making terrible jokes.
Ten! ( :
Tenoverit sounds almost like a weird generically foreign city and therefore will not do. Plus, this isn't an operating system, it's only a silly little blog. :)
It's south of Tbilisi... okay, I'll stop. See what you started!
Okay, this is now over.(sent you an email btw)
I like it!Don't sweat the URL -- most people get to you by clicking on a link in a blogroll and never even have to pay attention to the URL.
I was going to worry about that a lot, because I worry about details. I won't be doing so any more. You're very right and I was overlooking that fact on purpose just so I could fret over a url, probably. Knowing me. XD
Yeah, I always use the Typosphere blogroll. I checked and "xoverit.net" is available. You might consider getting your own easy-to-remember domain that you can point anywhere you want.I agree, the new name is better (:
I am the internet generation. WE PAY FOR NOTHING. XD Staying right here until further notice.Thank you. :)
To be really oldschool, you have to own a 4-letter domain name. :D
The new name is easier to remember. I wouldn't worry about the URL. Changing and redirecting is not all that bad. Sometimes transferring the content takes a while. Problem is all the dead links created if the old one does not point to your new one. Keeping links current is up to the referring site(s).
Very catchy - and much better than "slash it out" :P
That sounds kind of like a weird killing rampage more than anything….Death to all misspelled words!
I like it. To me it has a nice "what the hell we all make mistakes" connotation.
Oh! what a tangled web we weave.