Bye Ripples, Hi Fronkonstin

September 2, 2016
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(This article was first published on Ripples, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Nobody knows how to say goodbye, It seems so easy until you try (Nobody Knows, The Lumineers)

I have been user of WordPress.com for (almost) three years and it has been a very good experience. But I want to take more control of my blog: install plugins, manage ads (someone interested out there to publicize in my blog?) and place interactive charts in my posts instead static screenshots. This is why I opened a new blog called Fronkonstin (I love the name, no other reason) where I will continue publishing. I will maintain both blogs during some time (although Ripples will not be updated anymore). If you follow Ripples, please start following Fronkonstin. I promise I will try to do my best to continue making interesting experiments in this new era.

Thanks.

 

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