If you visit often, you may notice that the site is changing a bit. I just moved everything to a new server, and I am working on making the transition to Lawyerist. Since I am doing all this myself, the transition will be a bit bumpy. I’m just an amateur.

The main blog will be Lawyerist, as soon as I finish the new look. SoloSmallTech will survive as a category within Lawyerist. If you don’t want to read about lawyering, you will be able to continue accessing SoloSmallTech at the usual address. Hopefully, I will be able to figure out how to generate two RSS feeds, as well.

So bear with us, please. This should all add up to a big improvement.


  1. Greg says:

    Speaking of transitions and tech stuff, how did the foray into installing Windows Vista ever work out? Did I miss a post about it?

    I’m about to try, for the third time, to convert over from Windows to a Linux-based and wholly open source system. I’ve tried twice before with no luck (Mandrake) but maybe Ubuntu will do it. But, it’s not on my main laptop.

  2. Sam Glover says:

    I gave up on Vista before it shipped. I didn’t realize the system requirements were so great that my laptop could not handle Aero.

    I installed Windows XP instead so that I could do basic video editing, but I haven’t used it more than an hour or two. Good thing I left a 5 GB partition with Xubuntu installed. That’s where I get all my work done.

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