behoovingmoving (behoovingmoving) wrote,

This blog is moving

I'm very lucky indeed to have attracted a fairly large, and undoubtedly loyal following to this blog, and will feel luckier still if most of you adjust your dial now, to:
I'll be blogging there under the same old loveable pseudonym, Dr. Behooving, in that old-letch professor voice I have honed. But with my own domain and wordpress platform, I can do more than just blog. I can take on a talented editor/photographer/web developer, the great Gusto, who I've known for a few years now as a true bike nut like myself, and a pretty good student. We're partnering, to split all the moolah, and marry our unbridled energy for changing the world, through what we know about cycling and architecture.  
While you're adjusting your RSS feeds, please take a moment as well, to follow @cyclespace via twitter. I'll still be posting on twitter as @BehoovingMoving, but Gus will be posting using @cyclespace. will run like a blog, but eventually have pages providing a more accessible resource, mainly aimed at helping bike loving architects and urban designers.
BehoovingMoving will stay here as an archive for as long as Livejournal's Russian Mafia owners allow. Despite the occasional glitches, I highly recommend livejournal, to anyone starting out blogging. For $25 per year, you get an easy to use diary, that other people can read. That's how I've always treated this: as diary writing. But it has out me in touch with like-minded souls all over the world, some of whom I have had the chance to stay with during my travels. I have some great friends, thanks to this diary, and hope this change of address doesn't mean we'll fall out of contact. 
If you have any trouble reading, or leaving comment at, please let me know via twitter: @BehoovingMoving, or via email at BehoovingMoving [hec hem]
See you in cycle-space dudes.

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