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April 06, 2003

Lynn Sislo, blogging again

Friedrich --

After too long a wrestle with Movable Type -- blogging's easy? hah! -- Lynn Sislo finally has Reflections in D Minor (here) behaving again. Lynn has always been one of the most stimulating and one of the freest-thinking of bloggers. I missed her, and it's good to have her back.



posted by Michael at April 6, 2003


Speaking of wrestling with MT, I think your link to her might be busted.

Posted by: alexis on April 7, 2003 4:46 AM

Ooops, fixed. Thanks, Alexis. Apologies, Lynn.

Posted by: Michael Blowhard on April 7, 2003 10:03 AM

Thanks for the link. I don't think it was an MT problem. I also tried pMachine and it worked for almost one day. Possibly a database problem since MT and PM have that in common.

Since I am very non-geeky and totally clueless about SQL, Perl and all that other scary stuff and I couldn't get any help from my hosting company (perhaps I misunderstood what they meant by "support") I have abandoned all content management systems and started doing it "the hard way" which is actually not so hard at all - limited maybe, but at least when something goes wrong I have a better chance of being able to fix it myself.

Posted by: Lynn S on April 11, 2003 9:45 AM

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