Forever Behind the Curve

After months of absence, I logged in to two internet entities: google reader, and wordpress.

Apparently, google reader will cease to exist shortly, and I must expend valuable energy locating an alternative and transporting all my feeds (all, oh, twenty of them) over to the alternative. This will take ten minutes, which is a disaster.

WordPress has changed its welcome page and bits of its user interface, again.  Can’t they leave well enough alone? Perhaps it has been a gradual evolution, but I’ve been away for long enough that the changes have hit me all at once.

Oh, and it is still snowing in London. It’s April. I am in an incredibly bad mood as a result.  It is time for horticultural therapy,  but NO the ground is frozen, the wind blasts needles up noses, and our heating is broken. The weather has been like this since November. Thank lard I escaped to tropical climes last month, or I might have been driven half mad by dismay.

Hello, internet. How are you?


6 Responses to “Forever Behind the Curve”

  1. 1 Gail (wixer) April 4, 2013 at 7:44 pm

    Everyone changes interface…pinterest, facebook, and so on and so forth. Drives everyone nuts and they all complain. I was in Paris March 1 – 15 and we had snow during that time. They’ll probably get more from your storm. I feel your pain. I won’t mention that winter has finally left us and it’s spring in western USA. Thanks be to God!

  2. 2 unmitigated me April 5, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Still winter in Michigan, too. Blah.

  3. 3 Jen April 9, 2013 at 12:51 am

    We’re currently on holiday in the southwest (heading home tomorrow), but apparently we had sleet/snow in Virginia last week. It was summer-warm there today.

  4. 4 Jonathan April 24, 2013 at 2:17 pm

    I’m just arm twisting myself into writing again, and find myself in a similar situation…

  5. 5 Maxie May 31, 2013 at 10:05 pm

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  6. 6 June 28, 2013 at 9:55 am

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