Does every web site in the world have to start with “www?” This one doesn’t. And I fear if I tell people to go to “blog.rosenberg-watt.com,” they won’t understand that you don’t put a “www.” in front of it. At this point I think they’re just extra letters: a formality of the olden days of the internet, if you will. But they may be necessary. Are they?
I’m migrating from pMachine Pro 2.4 to ExpressionEngine. There may be some hiccups in the process. Not like I have a large reading audience anyway; I guess this is more for my own logs than anything else. Anyway, I’m starting with EE Core v 1.4.2 and it seems to be going pretty smoothly, only a few minor modifications done so far. And the Pictures category comes across too wide at the moment.
RIP, little doggie. ☹
It seems logical to me, but personally I don’t feel that Comcast has its act together enough to subtly sabotage Vonage VoIP packets. I’m just lucky if my Adelphia cable internet stays up for more than an hour at a time. Or maybe it’s their DNS servers, who knows what my problems are….
I call this one “Center of Gravity.” MC Escher would be proud.