I have another blog. (Actually I have two other blogs, but one is not of interest here.)
The one I’m referring to has been out of commission for quite some time and I had no idea how to fix it. I called the hosting service and they told me they’d fix it for $60/hour. I had no idea how many hours might be involved, so I declined and decided to learn how to fix it myself. My concern was that if I paid a bunch of money and it happened again, I would be back in the ditch again. If I learned how to fix it, then I’m good for the future.
That has taken me a while, putting it mildly.
Anyway, I finally was successful and it’s back up and running.
The amazing thing about this was that the fix involved one very short line of code and took me about 15 minutes. The trick was knowing what the line of code was and where to put it and how to get it there.
I’m especially happy about this because that blog is not devoted to any particular topic. It’s devoted to whatever I want to talk about.
Some folks have expressed an interest in what I write about elsewhere, so I thought I’d mention it here.
Seeing the Light is the newest piece, just published, over at the Burning Bridges blog.