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Blog Moved from Wordpress!

I have moved my personal blog from Wordpress to here on Blogger. Both of them are excellent blogging platform, but I feel Blogger suits my purposes best.

If anyone is looking for my old articles, they are still available at the old address.

Thanks for reading!

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  1. ya, I'm also planning to move to blogger! I will probably start writing here : bazlur.com

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