The WordPress for iPhone app is great! So far I've enjoyed using it with a couple of new blogs that I have setup (including my own). Having the ability to blog while on the to will help a lot with me actualy trying to get content on the web.
A few of the features I really like:
The new iPhone looks pretty cool, but it really is a minor upgrade. Besides the few hardware improvements, such as the increased processor and ram, as well as the new digital compass, not much has changed. If there is one feature that I would want from the 3GS, it'd be the digital compass, if not only for the new tomtom app that will be coming out later this summer (although, it should still work with the 3G).
I am very excited for the 3.0 release, though. Spotlight, the iCal updates, and copy-and-paste are my most anticipated features. Just over a week to go before I can update my iPhone!
It's time for a blank slate, time to start something new, and time to actually be fully productive. For the last couple of years, I've actually wanted to work on my site, but the problem was mainly time. I've always tried building custom solutions for my web site (i.e. generated a new Ruby on Rails application just so I can blog and post to a portfolio), while I was working on making other people's custom solutions. Since I no longer, or rather, never had that amount of time to dedicate to my web site, I have decided to go a new route: WordPress.
I've experimented with WordPress a few times, mainly to put together my sister's web site, and every experience has been a pleasure. So, as I was getting ready to create a site for my wife (also with WordPress), it finally dawned on me: why don't I do the same? I already had a new design that I pushed out a month or so ago, and I already had some experience with WordPress, it only made sense to do it.