Just a quick post to make sure everything is working ok.
I discovered the other day that the server my site was hosted on was running an old version of PHP, which in turn was messing up a couple things. When I inquired as to whether my server could be upgraded, I was told ‘no’, however they could just move me to another server running the latest version.
Well hey now, that my friends is customer service! And everything went smoothly, right? PAH! I wish. Sadly no. As of yesterday I could FTP to one version of the blog, HTTP into another, Bob got one version, Chris would see another, Valeria’s comments were split between both, and I was confused as hell.
It would seem that a quick phone call to the tech support folks got everything straightened around and it was then just a matter of propagation (which also nicely wiped some emails off the server). *shrug*
If anyone notices anything sketchy going on (besides my writing ability), please don’t hesitate to let me know.
Photo by doc18
Successful and Outstanding Bloggers
Many of those who know me, have long associated yours truly with SOB… 😉 FINALLY someone got it wrong.. or right?
Anyways, from an initial email from a newbie blogger (me), to an experienced blogger (Liz), I’ve gotten to talk with and learn from a great lady on the finer aspects of blogging and more importantly, the community that it creates.
I am proud to be an SOB and a contributor to the blogging community. Special thanks to Liz for her time early one Wednesday morning to listen to a guy with an opinion. Truffles are on me!
Ok, here it is. Unfortuneately I have not been able to find the current release of 6.10.20, however, functionally there is not a lot that is different.
When I find the latest version, I will be sure to post it.
BBC NEWS | Technology | One blog created ‘every second’:
One blog created ‘every second’ Image of a woman at a laptop The blogosphere is varied and growing at a steady rate The blogosphere is continuing to grow, with a weblog created every second, according to blog trackers Technorati. In its latest State of the Blogosphere report, it said the number of blogs it was tracking now stood at more than 14.2m blogs, up from 7.8m in March.
Damn! That’s impressive!
DailyOM – Taking A Leap Of Faith:
Many people, in heeding the guidance of their souls, find themselves contemplating goals that seem outrageous or unattainable. In the mind’s eye, these individuals stand at the edge of a precipice and look out over the abyss at the fruit of their ambition. Some resist the urge to jump, paralyzed by the gap between their current circumstances and the life of their dreams. Others make a leap of faith into the unknown, unsure of what they will encounter but certain that they will gain more in their attempts than they would bowing to self-protective instincts. This leap can be exceedingly difficult for individuals with control issues because the act of embracing uncertainty requires them to trust that surrender will net them the rewards they seek. Yet when you make a leap of faith, believing without a doubt that you will land safely on the other side, you can accomplish almost anything you set out to do.