Some changes in my websites lately:
I've moved from Go Daddy to Hover for DNS and domain registry. (A decision long overdue but made because of the company's support for SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act.) It wasn't a tough process but it was rather annoying and time-consuming thanks to the little road-blocks Go Daddy put up in the way. (Step-by-step: 1. Unlock the domains at GoDaddy. 2. Initiate the transfer at Hover. 3. Add the authentication code from GoDaddy (you can request this via email). 4. Update the DNS information on Hover once the transfer goes through -- this took almost a full week.) Hover is very helpful and will also walk you through the process over the phone.
I've moved from Wordpress to a CMS of Kin's design. It's part of a larger effort to make smarter use of the data that underlies our work -- me, writing/talking, and him, writing/talking/hacking.
But now I'm starting to hack too. I've been talking about it for a long time, and I've tried various approaches (online classes, books, etc) -- but now I have a real project: my own websites.
Photo credit: Flickr user Matt Mets