Yep, that’s right.
I see more and more bloggers switching over to WordPress.
A few years ago Movable Type didn’t have rivals. Now things are changing.
Movable Type was free. Then it became paid, unless you wanted to use a free (partially limited in its use) copy.
Then WordPress appeared on the horizon, it was open source, it was free and it became one of the fastest developing blog platforms on the market.
Now and then, I see people switching over from Movable Type, from Blogger/Blogspot and from other blog engines to WordPress.
Now Movable Type released a brand new free version (4.0), open source, too… will this be enough to keep it on par with growing WordPress?
To be frank, I doubt it…
It’s interesting to see how things change so fast on the Internet. And for now, I am a (still) happy user of WordPress… actually, I use it since the creation of my blog optimiced in January this year:-)
Finally (but don’t take this seriously, please, this is just a joke, and an excuse for me to master a bit more Adobe Fireworks;-), here’s a graphical representation of what happens to Movable Type currently: