Someone posted an article about understanding the technology needed to construct an attractive website and how to use that new-found ability to improve on what you have.
As I’m a seventy-year-old dinosaur when comes to this sort of thing I thought I would read it, absorb it and then upgrade to somewhere in the ionosphere to wait and reflect on my achievements. However, no matter how much effort I put into tutorials on the subjects of ‘plugins, widgets, etc, etc, my analytical thought process remains a crumbling, decrepit mess. I can’t do it! So why do I constantly try whenever I see these–Three Easy Steps To Heavenly Blogging thingamajigs?
I guess it’s the challenge it represents and knowing I’m going to fail before I even try has now become my inescapable nemesis that knocks on my brain and won’t go away.
When I was young the assimilation of knowledge on most subjects was a trouble-free exercise that I would breeze through whenever required. When necessary, I was able to put aside that part in order to enjoy the pleasures bestowed by the privileged place I had in the educational world of abundance of challenges. Both success and failure followed, but never did failure arise when it came to the academic qualifications that commercialism measures triumph. This technological age is not kind to me, nor will it ever be. I just wish some of the capacity for learning was still available to comprehend these puzzles.
Ah well, life is a bestselling book until it nears its end when we all know how the writer ties the compelling story together to reach his climax. Is it not fascinating how everyone’s story is so different yet its end is the same? I wish you all a scintillating life with a myriad of pages on which your life is recorded, but my advice would be to—Back it up on a hard drive.