My website was completely erased with no chance of recovery.
I haven’t been writing here because I’ve been writing for a creative writing workshop.
I have a new idea for this blog: posting things I remember from the past.
I like to engage in periodic navel-gazing about blogging and this seems like as good a time as any, as I am now upgraded to WordPress 3.5.
I upgraded the default theme to WordPress’s Twenty Twelve. As you can see it’s pretty neat and clean. I’ve made a couple of customizations.
For my Spanish-speaking in-laws (many) and fans (none) I’ve added a translation tool to the sidebar menu.
I was getting a little tired of the plain look for this site so I’ve added the banner photos back into the header. I’ve also changed the typefaces to Verdana and Georgia.
I’ve updated to WordPress 3.3.
I’ve upgraded and made a few changes to the new default them but I think I’m finally giving up control over all the little functional details.
Adam’s artificial habitat was way overdue for some restyling.
If you noticed the Snack Bus theme is missing, it’s because I need to bring my template files up to date with the new version of WordPress.
Instead of writing I’ve been updating the site’s appearance.
I’ve installed a new contact form.
The most visited post on this website last month was a hasty, mistake-ridden entry from four years ago.
I’ve been trying out NextGen Gallery, a WordPress photo gallery plug-in.
A perfect project for a rainy weekend.
I’ll be getting back to basics and focusing on making Adam’s artificial habitat accessible and sharp-looking again.
Well, this is one of those crisis-opportunity moments.
The functions in WordPress 2.7.1 for inserting images into posts are deranged and at odds with my style sheet.
I need something on the home page that will lead into the blog, so I’ve moved the latest excerpt up to the top.