Our ISP had “broken” our site, we couldn’t add files, DH, techie that he is, tried a thing or two, didn’t work. Finally got ahold of their tech support who did an “easy fix” which she thought fixed it. No.
So they did something else, which only partially fixed it—it required us to do more work when the functionality was supposedly part of what we’d paid for. We told them it didn’t work, and finally, they fixed it.
But we changed ISPs. It shouldn’t take that, esp. when the ISP doing an update (or?) broke it to begin with!
I’d forgotten how long I’ve had this on my “DO THIS!” list!
I talked to some friends who’re writers and asked if what I had planned would be helpful or a pain?
Everyone universally said that it was a GREAT idea and to do it.
So, I shall!
(No, I won’t post a link!)
it’s called: (PM me for the name)
to track the 10,060 items I’m supposed to get rid of next year. It seems that it’s a lot to ask any site to host this as a part of other content, it just overwhelms anything else. So, my reaction is to give it its own space.
I’ll be deleting the camouflage goal as a result too.
for a blog site today. I think that I may do that for the 10,060 thing fling I’m supposed to do in 2012. The frugal site where I had started the flinging seems hostile these days, which is why I started posting the daily stuff here.
Gotta go, got bread to check!
this week. That’s the first step! I need to do others, but it’a a step in the right direction, and I stopped avoiding the issue. Yay me!
and I are maybe going to work on this…!
but it’s BORING to look at…it’s just a text doc, no pictures, needs bigger text and some color. Sigh.
I didnt’ figure I’d have to become an html programmer to do this, but it goes against my grain to be less user-friendly than I might be. I found one of my blogs, this one I’ve never used, “The House of Too Many Books” and that’s got a nice look to it, but I’d just as soon do it at the web page, but that means I have to do all the fricking work of formatting the pages so that they aren’t static and boring.
Along the way while looking for graphics, I found a history of piggy banks which is (believe it or not) interesting! Here:
and that worked fine. When I tried to save my open office word document to it, it lost all the formatting for the text, but not the table.
So, the answer is to make pertinent part of the discussion into a table as well!
Okay. I have LOTS of “how to be frugal” books, starting in the 1800s to present. Many of these are different ways to present the same ideas over and over and over again.
So, I’m going to do reviews of these and post them somewhere, for both my own edification (I forget who’s got what, where) and so that people can stop buying (and rebuying) the same stuff over and over, myself included!