Table is the way to go for all the reasons that Rob mentioned.

>  This is going to be a small blog to start, but I guess I should always  be
>> looking at performance, security, & maintainability right?
Good way to start is start small and build a strong base around a good
database, good performance practices and tight security you can then build
the cool features as you see fit.

Good thing about performance and security is that there are a ton of site
that outline best practices which means you wont have to re-invent the


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