I picked up a book and learned enough HTML on Saturday to add a little module on the side called Best Of. I put links to my favorite posts there. When I’m new to a blog, I appreciate reading the writer’s favorites, especially if I don’t have time to scroll from the 2005 to the present.
If you need a laugh, go to the post on Millet and read the comments. If you need a cry, go to May 7, 1968. It’s that easy!
Now I can add links to non-Xanga blogs. Woohoo!
It energizes me to learn something that, at first blush, seemed so scary-hard. I remember when I felt that way about depreciation.
Very nice addition to your already supremely enjoyable blog. This idea of finding things is becoming trickier and trickier. I’m ashamed to admit that I spent too much time looking for my *new* Facebook profile pic.I knew it was *somewhere* on my hard drive!
So you too have a Facebook page, Dana! And I clicked in here to comment on Carol’s post. Which is to say, good for you! I need to learn a bit of HTML and somehow manage to put it off every time. As in right now I am about to shut down and go to bed! What can I say? Dana, I know where my pictures are – that is one of the few things in my life that is organized. But I don’t have one that I want to use so I am using the same avatar there that I use in another place on the web. Piano keyboard. If I ever have a picture that I don’t want to tear up and throw in the fire I will post it.
I’m thinking I should have written most of the comment above on Dana’s site… Hopefully she will see it anyway.
It was fun perusing some of your older articles. Your blog really is a treasure trove, Carol, and the one I always read first.
@PoiemaPortfolio – How lovely of you to say so. Thank you, Poiema!
I was just thinking yesterday I should try to learn at least a little HTML. Every time I try to post something in strikethrough font or use a bullet list, I have to google on it to find the html code. Funny you should post this on the day I was thinking about it!Good for you. I will enjoy reading some of the older posts I may have missed.Blessings,Sandy