It's more of a journal than a weblog actually. I created this LJ account back on February 2nd, 2001. I had back dated a few entries so the calendar shows the journal going back to 2000.
2. What was your first post about?
Uh... *blinks and checks the day view* The real first entry was apologizing for times being odd when I copied over entries from where I had them originally.
3. How many changes (name, location, etc.) of your weblog have there been, if more than one?
Hmm, well, I had opened -- and still have I think -- a Blogger account but the FTP update thingy never worked so I decided to hand code journal entries on a page where my website is. I hadn't made many entries before I decided to try LJ. After looking at ebby's and mokie's journals I figured I'd give it a try.
4. What CMS (content management system) do you use?
Everything is done and hosted by LiveJournal so there's no real maintenance on my part except for changing colors & styles. I have downloaded Greymatter and Movable Type just to look at the source code and find them interesting. I would love to be able to have the current calendar on the recent events page like MT has. Maybe when S2 comes out... <-- I seem to say that a lot.
5. Do you read people who have both a journal and a weblog? Or do you prefer to read people who have all of their writing in one central place?
I prefer it when they have one page to look at with a mix of content. It's interesting to see how their train of thought and style of presentation works.