A Switch to Ghost Pro

I won't even pretend that I'm a system administrator. My command line skills are next to nil. If it doesn't have to do with traversing a directory or building a software project I'm working on, I'll probably have to Google it. Why should I maintain, upgrade and secure Ubuntu if someone else will do it for me? Oh shit, another Ghost update. Wait, what's my SSH login for my server again?

Enter Ghost Pro

Ghost Pro isn't as fast as when I was running my own server. I'm not sure if it's the hardware or host location. Oh well. It's not like I have a stampede of people hammering away at requests to this blog.

This is convenient. This service does not require me to remember my SSH info and do any command line voodoo. It'll upgrade Ghost when... well, when Ghost tags another release.

All I have to do is write...