I’m leaving in the title because it seems appropriate.
(This is also a post to avoid having the very first post on a new blog be about St Mary of Egypt. Expect some Mary of Egypt ranting soon.)
I’ve wanted to experiment with WordPress for my blog for a long time, and setting up a new server made this possible– the old one’s system was too obsolete to install working mysql and php on. So here goes. I’ll be doing a lot of experimenting, so the appearance and functionality of the blog are likely to change without notice.
ETA: well, I’m actually quite satisfied with the current look and feel, so I’ll keep the experimenting for when I get tired of it. Quite a contrast with my previous minimalist blog, though. I could perhaps make the same look, though not the same innards, by hand, but for now I don’t feel like reinventing the wheel.
It’s the third age of Found Objects. The second age is here [ETA 2018: no longer; that server doesn’t exist any more]. You probably come from there, because I’ve announced the move, so you might update your links and RSS feed.
The first age is currently in a folder in my “to sort” folder. This was what I called a non-blog, because I waited every time until I had something in each category and then posted a whole static page. I overwrote the index file by mistake once, so I’ll have to do something about that before I can make it available. Other things come first.