As most of you know, I made the switch from WordPress to Tumblr and then back
WordPress [http://adii.me/2010/11/back-on-wordpress/] last year. The second
migration back to WordPress being a relatively painful & manual-date-entry
experience. If I had waited a couple of months, that would've been so
I just watched this video and I quite enjoyed some of the insight that went into
the creation of Tumblr and kudo's to David for not doing the cliche thing which
is to knock other tools; instead he believes in a "horses for courses" mentality
whereby Tumblr is used for
The Tumblr experiment [http://adiirockstar.com/2010/01/switching-to-tumblr/] is
over & I'm officially back on WordPress. Heck, I couldn't be the co-founder of
one of the largest WordPress theming companies [http://woothemes.com/] online &
not take advantage of all the cool stuff we've been building lately...
This is my new
So yesterday I had the opportunity of meeting up with the Tumblr crew and beyond
being an awesome bunch of people, I also got some insight into the company /
platform / community that they are busy building.
When I moved over to Tumblr in March, I had a few “concerns” about
New premium themes for Tumblr. WooThemes has designed a few; 3 available at the
moment, with more coming soon. At only $19 bucks for some exclusivity and a more
unique design, they’re a steal [http://www.tumblr.com/themes/premium].
Just two months ago, I contemplated moving my blog [http://adiirockstar.com]
(which is now powered by WP) to Tumblr and I decided against it. Today however,
I’m sporting a new look (courtesy of a new premium Tumblr theme by WooThemes