Well, sort of. In this blog entry, he explains that he switched from Radio UserLand to MovableType and AmphetaDesk for a variety of reasons. Amusingly, I made the very same switch a couple weeks ago for almost the exact same reasons. Spooky. We both ran Radio under VMWare. The only difference is that I'm running AmpetaDesk on my new XP-based laptop. But I could run it on my OS X TiBook or my older Linux-running Thinkpad. That's what's cool about AmphetaDesk (and that the author recently mailed me about some neat ideas).

My plan is to get AmphetaDesk working on one of my co-located servers this weekend. That'll be just another piece of my making the desktop irrelevant plan that I've yet to articulate in public. Pateince...

Posted by jzawodn at July 04, 2002 04:15 AM

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