For years now, my blog has been powered by my own blogging engine. I wrote my own because I wanted to not have to run PHP on my web server, and it was a handy way to get familiar with Django. However, I now work for a company that, among many other things, offers web hosting, so it seems like a good idea to be dogfooding that, and having one less spare time project to work on is always a win. On top of that, WordPress seems like a pretty awesome system with an extensive ecosystem of plugins, a stack of client applications, etc. This post, for instance was written almost entirely on my phone in the wicked cool WordPress application for Android.