WordPress too is always upgrading (I guess that they don’t have much of a choice. Upgrade, or get left behind).
I believe if I wasn’t in the habit of logging on to my WordPress account on a regular basis, I might have been baffled by its changes.
Speaking of changes, did Google Blogger come up with any new features (I wouldn’t know, because I deleted my Google Blogger account and jumped over to WordPress where the proverbial grass is greener; which was a long time ago)?
The entire blogosphere is currently undergoing a drastic change; certain blog sites that once provided their users with free accounts have made the transition to 100% percent paid services; as a result of that, it caused a lot of bloggers to migrate to WordPress and Google Blogger.
Unfortunately, some blog sites are unable to advance themselves (in the technological sense of things) and still provide free services; well, those who have failed to do so, will notice a drastic drop in their users (And I don’t have to tell you that those people are going to jump on our WordPress bandwagon).
So far, WordPress and Google Blogger are the Top Dogs in the blogosphere; they both seem to be good at providing free and premium services.
Anyway, where upgrades are concerned, all blog sites will have their technological hiccups (Which is to be expected).