A thought occured to me, perhaps I shouldn't transition my Radio archives. Its a good part of my past that I'm proud of, an artifact perhaps best left intact.
When I started on Radio it was the best tool available. I still like its intergrated news aggregator. For whatever the present brew ha ha is, I respect Dave for what he did and Userland for what they have done for the industry. I also think his recent moves have been more reasonable, allowing him to get the historical credit he deserves while letting him and others move on.
Its just time to move on.
I guess a reason for transition would be to avoid loosing Googlejuice and Technoratisweat, but Im not an attention junkie. Haven't written for mass appeal, something actually easier to do, but for the relationships the tool supports. Many people know me through this blog, most will find the new one, I'll keep posting, link back to it, a social re-direct while renewing myself.
And I just dont have the time to muck around with transition. Switching costs have been raised purposely, and Im a victim. At least with TypePad I don't have to concern myself with what's next while getting a hosted service that meets my needs with simplicity.
Pardon for burdening you with my indecision. But is this a cop out, or a real notion of avoiding revisionism?