A Technical Note

Posted on Friday 6th October 2006 at 00:00
As you may remember from way back at the beginning of September, I promised that upon sorting out a few technical difficulties I'd be adding a few extra pages, namely 'About Me', 'Disclaimer' and a way for you to contact me should you wish to. I don't remember if I promised you any other pages but if I did then tough luck, I don't remember and can't be bothered to go back and find out. Those pages mentioned above have now been added though after I decided to give up on making things overly difficult for myself and would just get the damn things done.

So feel free to have a read if that's your thing. If it isn't then you probably shouldn't be wasting your time looking at a blog, they really aren't aimed at people who don't like reading. Having finally got these oh so basic pages up and running I feel inspired enough to go on and attempt something even more stupidly impossible than all previous parts of this blog, if only to give my brain something to do that isn't part of my course.

The plan (as it stands at the moment) is to add an archive function to the site. Why you might ask would I want such a thing given that this is only what, the eighth post I've ever written here. Good point, but my reckoning (based on past experience) is that by the time I've got the damn thing working there should be enough of a back log of posts sitting here that such a feature might just be useful to anyone who doesn't want to hurt their scrolling finger delving back into the long list of posts on the site.

During the relatively long and crap periods of scripting errors that are the likely outcome of this project it is possible from time to time that the site will display badly or not at all. For this I apologise in advance and promise that I'll do everything in my power to keep downtime to such a minimum that you don't even notice anything has happened.

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