I’m turning it into a specialty site. I’m adding a Writer’s Section, taking out the old progress reports—revising things that have changed. I may add sections as I think of them. But it’s where I can park tolerably static info that people want to consult. And I have fixed the counter: I at least remember [...]
They’re producing these faster than I expected.
1. I accidentally loaded Facebook as my home page. Jane figured it out. 2. I couldn’t get the webeditor to work. Jane solved it. 3. We got wood rot in the feet of the garden arch. Jane’s fixing it. 4. We tried to use a Seagate megadrive for backup. First it wouldn’t talk. Then we [...]
It’s only been two years since I got this computer—and lost all communication with my website.
I’ve got a modus operandi, now.
…site would lock on me due to a malfunctioning counter. Anyone out there notice, or is it my copy of Firefox that’s had a hiccup?
grand canyon under Antarctica
Romans were literate—prostitutes read and wrote. Soldiers did. Slaves did. Roman mothers were the elementary teachers in their own houses, for reading and math. Roman fathers took over the boys as kids grew older, taking them to work every day. Roman children played AFTER work hours, thank you. Otherwise they assisted their fathers or mothers [...]
…you know, the company that claims to get it right when other companies can’t? Took us 2 and a half hours to make a simple check order through their incredibly bad site-navigation…and then had them screw up the credit card. We aren’t even mentioning their changing the price on Jane while she was in the [...]
FANS WIN ONE IN COPYRIGHT WAR
I should let Jane tell you this one, because she knows all the technicals, but she’s recuperating in a warm tub. The main computer of our housenet is about to die—any minute, it could stop working. It holds all the tax records, going back over a decade. The new computer which is Jane’s older HP [...]