It happened over two weeks ago, but if I spent my entire life only two weeks behind, I'd be way ahead of where I am now.
What I'm talking about is Pages. On teh Blogger.
Blogger is Google's blogging platform. (We won't discuss it's merits or shortcomings here; every platform, including the big one, WordPress, have shortcomings.)
One of the things about teh Blogger that was most frustrating to some (including to me) was it's lack of support for pages.
What I'm talking about are content pages that aren't part of a blog post. Like an About Me page. Or a Contact page. Things like that. It was either a blog post (that resided along with the other blog posts), or it was hosted elsewhere (probably Google Sites content).
But, earlier this month, teh Blogger announced that Pages was now a standard feature.
Since this little blog is running on teh Blogger platform, it's a big deal to me. I'm using Pages to list this little blog's policies (they were blog pages):
taking away functions. I've not regretted moving back to teh Blogger from WordPress. But, now I'm not regretting it more.