A quick question – does anyone know Chinese? Someone left a comment – that was very nice, it seemed to me – but it was picked up as spam. The link from the person (which is public info – I don’t share emails – the link is right there in the comment header) is http://www.malatown.com.cn/cities/wuhanxianhua.htm. If the comment was sincere, of course I would post it. Unfortunately, other comments flagged as spam turned out to be spam when I went to their site. If someone would take a peek, and could judge if it is legit, I would love to put up his post. Thank you very much!
Journey Within, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Does anyone else ever sort of notice something and think, “I will get around to looking into that sometime”? I have mentioned that I have a new host the last several days, but things just really got changed over a few hours ago. I have been noticing that perhaps I had 2 identities in my admin panel – because it wasn’t giving me credit for writing all the drafts and interesting tidbits that I have saved. Odd, but, oh well.
I mostly did some backup last night and loaded things into the new host … but not worrying too much – after all, it takes between 12 to 24 hours or more to fully change over. So, my friend, as we were talking, changed the pointers over to the new host. Cool, right, it might not all be done for awhile.
So, I went to make sure I didn’t need anything else – and it was already pointing toward the new host. So, I lost my chance to go in and make sure I took everything I wanted with me. At first I thought I lost a dozen and a half drafts/thoughts, but when I re-invented myself, they returned. So great. But I remember that there were 2 or 3 drafts in a separate place. I guess I lost them. I must have had a second persona by mistake.
And somehow last night I also loaded the index page (the front page of a website) from a year ago into the new host. Actually, I think I overwrote the new index page with an old index as I uploaded a whole pile of old files … ah, being careful!
But, I should remember, to keep my priorities clear. I have been in a fire before and I was very clear about priorities – I got myself, the other humans and the cats out. Nothing else mattered. So, I didn’t look around well enough … but that is ok.
~ Diane Clancy