Boggert’s a year old. More than that really, like 1.4 or something. Kenny, last year I was really biased about how great having a custom-made blogging system was. It was mostly because those two weeks of programming gave me something to show for my effort and I just couldn’t let go of that. Honestly, the bragging period is over, especially now that I’ve got the much-more-well-structured NHS Website there for show. But last night, I was looking at WordPress and man, I just can’t believe it. Post-output processing and cache regeneration: I thought of it but it was too tough for me to implement. Regex URL rewriting: I couldn’t do it last year, but I eventually did. And not even that. Just the amount of effort that was put into WP gives it that connected feel. Not that disgusting, horrific Facebook connected feel, but the transparent, open, publicly connected feel that is just pure awesome and full of rms-spirit, something that I really really really want as Facebook’s replacement. Really, this opinion might change in a month. Or if it doesn’t, I might even port RogerHub to WordPress, rather unlikely. Moreover, WP programming structure and design makes my stuff look like, oh I don’t even want to think about it. Maybe I just need to learn to stop working alone.