After a long Exile, I returned home this weekend. Until the heat death of the universe or I stop blogging (whichever comes first), I'll be back at WWdN.
Follow me past the jump for some technical information and closing thoughts, if you're into that sort of thing.
About RSS subscriptions: I'm going to change the feedburner information tomorrow, so if you read my blog using feeds.feedburner.com/wwdn, you shouldn't have to make any changes. If you want to get the new feed directly from WWdN, you can do that in the usual manner once you're there.
About commenting at WWdN: You'll have to sign in with a thing, to cut down on spam and drive-by jerkfaces who have the face of a jerk. I've set up some WordPress plugins that should allow you to sign in with Twitter, Facebook, or Google Accounts. I didn't do much more than fill in some forms and stuff, so I'm not entirely sure how that works; if you're uncomfortable with the permissions that plugin asks for, you can also use a WordPress account (you can create one at my blog if you don't have one already). I'm working on getting OpenID added to the sign-in options, but I don't know how long that will take.
The first time you leave a comment at WWdN, it will be held for moderation. Once it's approved, you shouldn't have to wait for approval again. Ah, if only real life worked that way.
All the entries and comments and everything here will be preserved in amber at great expense for future generations to download and turn into a themepark of unimaginable tragedy and death, but they've also been imported at significantly less expense to WWdN.
So... that's it. I'm going back home to WIL WHEATON dot NET, now. So long, Typepad, and thanks for all the fish*.
No, seriously, thank you to everyone at Typepad for being helpful and awesome during my six years in Exile. (You didn't think I wasn't going to make at least one final footnote here, right?)