I looked at Moveable Type, and Gray Matter, and other blogging tools. They’re all nice. Moveable Type is especially slick.
I don’t like them half as much as I like Radio Userland.
With Radio, I can sit on an airplane – as I do far too often – and work on my weblog, my content, and read the news. I can’t do this with those other tools. That alone is worth sticking with Radio in my mind. But there’s a thousand other reasons as well.
Dave’s right – Radio has more features….
10’s Links: “When and if I’m ready, I’ll move up to Moveable Type, hire Blogatelle, pay for a server, etc., but for now I enjoy this alternative.”
I’ve seen this too often not to say something. I think Radio has a lot more features than Moveable Type. Sometimes people confuse difficulty with feature richness. MT is designed to run n Unix, which means that it can be difficult for average people, because Unix already presents a high barrier. Radio is designed for Mac and Windows users, not developers (although it has deep features when you lift the hood), so it has to be easy to set up and use to work. [Dave’s Handsome Radio Blog!]