Setup With SliceHost

Some of you know that I left Jobkabob at the beginning of June, to work for Spectrum K12 School Solutions. It’s going well, thanks. For the past three years or so, my blog has been hosted on a Jobkabob server, but since I was leaving, I had to find another home for it. I was going to just buy a virtual server with GoDaddy, but a guy at work mentioned SliceHost, so I decided to check them out. I liked what I saw, and I am now running on a “slice.” Setup was painless and moving my blog was cake, since I moved it from one Ubuntu system to another. What was really cool was that within about 3 minutes of setting up the account, the “machine” was ready to go. I know they’re just cloning VM images, but it’s still neat. I like the price, too. It’s cheaper than GoDaddy and at least I don’t have to put up with all the crappy ads on GoDaddy’s site when I need to manage the machine. 🙂

So, if you’re reading this, then you are seeing the blog on the new server. If you’re not reading this, you won’t know it.

If you are in the market for a virtual server hosting solution, give SliceHost a look. And if you sign up, be sure to use my referral code so I get some lovin’ from SliceHost, OK?

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  1. hello, I was about to sign up for slice and thought i would do a quick search for a referral code. You were the first to show up in Google so I used it.

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