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10th November 2010

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I discovered the poll feature did not work so well. Even though I told it to allow more than one choice (and tried to fix it), it wouldn’t let me. Plus I wasn’t told when I had new answers. Oh well. There is a reason that my website blog has been on “beta” for the last two (er, almost three) years as I try to figure out bugs. It would go much better if I had more than just a mediocre understanding of coding.

To the sweet, anonymous person who bought me 2 months of paid time on LJ *HUGS*. Thank you!! If you’ll notice, my pretty little Anne banner is back. I will be moving all of my banners and pics to another site so that they were always be there – or perhaps its time to think up a new background, eh? I find it frustrating that there is not a way that I can select and download all of the pics though, so it’s going to be slow.

Thanks to all of you who answered my poll. For those who are interested, I do have an RSS feed set up for Google Reader:
http://jcd1013.livejournal.com/data/rss. I find that it’s a little more reliable than the one for my website blog (which is hereif you want to compare). Just promise to pop out every once in a while and say hi. 🙂

P.S. and Susan did you get my reply emailed to you? Just hoping I got that bug figured out.

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