Nah. Waste of time imo.I think you shuld install Haloscan though.
But does a .com look better. I have the wordpress blog already designed with some added features. (i got the programming bug again) So might be a shame to not use them I will think about haloscan if i don't move.
I'm a fan of WordPress - I like how customisable it is, in terms of layout, design and commenting. Live preview comments are much more fun than Haloscan, IMHO :)The only issue is cost: it works out a little more than a TypePad account, which is what I first used, but that's more than Blogger.If you're into programming, I'd say go for it!
Wordpress is a nice tool to have as it allows more freedom; blogger is a little bit restrictive in ways (like the comments, for example, why are they on a seperate page??).A .com address is a nice thing to have too, easier to use than dossing.blogspot.com etc. etc., although I wouldn't get it just for that reason.If you have your own site you could work some new features into it besides blogs too, like polls on seperate pages etc. etc.I got my own domain after making a site for a college project, it seemed like the natural thing to do to have a more intergrated blog, so I made the switch from blogger to WP.. still can't get my blogger archive transfered properly though (however WP 2.0 seems to have a better import set up than 1.5, trying it now)!
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