Today, I'm coming to you from Sprint's fabulous network via an ISP known as Clear, but more about that later.
As you may note, my website, once a rather generic looking one, is now changed. I have migrated it to Drupal so as to provide me with an easier method of keeping content up-to-date, something I should be more apt to do from this point forward. Drupal, for those who don't know, is a free, open-source content management system. You can create anything from a basic html page to a full-fledged forum using only the core modules provided with Drupal. I expanded it slightly in order to migrate my wordpress blog over, something that seemed to work quite well, aside from getting media information linked. That, however, I decided I could look at later.
The process to migrate the site was fairly easy. First, and this was the most important step, I created the website in a completely different location than my main one. After installing and configuring Drupal, (something which took hours, by the way), I copied the files and database over to my main website. I thought I would have more problems than I did, but when I went to the website, it pulled up Drupal just as I'd expected it would.
I have been impressed with Drupal and the functionality you can get with it! It combines a website with blogs, forums, and other things, something I've looked for for quite a while. I'll definitely stick with this content management system for quite a long time.
Have fun, folks, and feel free to register and comment.