David (dblume) wrote,

On Vox: I've moved.

Well, moving URLs.  I opened my vox account with the username dlma, because that's the domain I own.  But dblume is really my most transparent and discoverable online ID.

dblume.vox.com was still available, so I check my profile, and vox does indeed have a single-click way for me to move my account, and have my previous location forward to the new one.

Awesome!  How easy was that?  Now the question is: if I post from my new account, does it still successfully propagate to my friends' neighborhoods?

Originally posted on dblume.vox.com

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