Sometimes I think the easiest thing to do would be to just get a pen and a spiral-bound notebook. Then I remember how much typing has replaced writing in my life, and go cry in a corner for a while. Then I have tea, and get over myself. (Hey, kids! Did you know ‘cut and […]
Wordpress nags and badgers its users to update it, when it doesn’t just update itself, and yesterday I caved and did updates. (Notice anything new? Me neither, but I’m sure it’s improved under the hood.) Because I was there, nosing around the backend following updating, which sounds dirty but isn’t, sadly, I idly glanced through […]
The time has come. I’ve reduced my citizenship weblog to a single html page, preserving the outbound links and not much else. While it still got a lot of traffic, most of those incomers would be better served by going to the atlas of canada directly, or to the government’s own citizenship resources. And as […]
are both back up. We’re like twins.
Nola let me know last night that I’d forgot once again to fix the subscription feeds links. I think they’re sorted now; if you subscribe to this site, and I’d be shocked to hear anyone but Nola does, you should see this entry pop up in your feed lists. Go, me.