Zythepsary.com is powered by Wordpress, and I have to say, I really love Wordpress. I've never been just a blogger, so I'm always interested in what different CMS systems can offer. Wordpress used to be just a blogging software, but so many talented developers have taken it upon themselves to make Wordpress a fully fledged CMS and I appreciate that. Wordpress is free, it's easy to use, even if you aren't a developer and it allows the sort of customization that someone serious about working online needs.
I bought the Zythepsary domain name and have it hosted on a server that contains a couple of other sites. It's not the best hoster in the world, but I've been using Start Logic for a number of years and am simply too lazy to switch over to something else. Well, it's not laziness, I just don't have a reason to make the change. Until someone says “This or that hoster is the best in the world” and writes a blog post, that makes sense to me, about why, I'll just pay my fees at my hoster.
Wordpress is super easy to install and setup. But I'm a webist, a designer, a developer, so the setup difficulty is relative. It's popular enough that almost all hosters have an installation feature for the software. And if you don't have a server somewhere, you can use the Wordpress site to host a domain.wordpress.com domain.
I have a lot of favorites when it comes to Wordpress. In the end, if you need a plugin for something, it's probably been developed, and if that plugin doesn't do exactly what I want, I have the necessary skills to modify it.
The one missing feature, from my perspective, is automatic discovery of changed files during update. If you make the mistake of not making a child theme, the next time you update, you better hope you have your styles backed up because updating your theme will overwrite any changes that you've made. The same goes for the standard Wordpress files. If you've gone into the PHP and changed anything, updating Wordpress will become a chore in which you have to remember exactly what you changed and where. I highly recommend making regular backups to your site.
I've tried Blogger in the past, but it was a while ago. I also have a couple of sites running on other CMS's. But for my blogging needs, and for Zythepsary, Wordpress is the way to go.