TypePad has this nifty new feature that lets users build stand alone pages using the TypePad interface that so many of us love, so building a more complex and complete website to go with our TypePad blogs just got a whole lot easier. This is really good news, because it means I'll be leaving Exile sooner than I thought.
To be honest, I'd actually kind of totally decided that I wasn't going to bother building WWdN 2.0, because it was too much work . . . but not any more! Now that I can easily compose page content without leaving TypePad, I no longer have to wonder about tracking down some CMS software, or paying someone to build it for me (because the days of me doing this stuff myself are long, long gone.) It should be trivial to take all the non-blog pages from WWdN and turn them into TypePad pages, so I can merge WWdN and WWdN:iX into WWdN: A Metric Assload of Awesome. I copied over the old WWdN (horribly out of date) FAQ as a proof of concept. Check it out.
In what I laughably call my free time, I'll be combining all the WWdN and WWdN:iX blog entries and importing them into one überblog. Then, I'll get domain mapping set up with TypePad, so I can continue to use this software I've come to love and enjoy the stability and scalability that TypePad offers . . . but as far as anyone is concerned, be living at wilwheaton dot net.
As I'm sure you can imagine, I'm pretty excited about this.