Sunday, March 21, 2010

4 Time To Make The Most of A Sunny Day......


Please excuse the last post.  I am well aware that it was not very interesting to read, but still wanted to store the data for archival purposes. In future, I'll try to find a better storage solution.  I guess that info could go under the tabbed areas at the top of this blog, but since it's old & no longer applies, I didn't really want to store it there, as it doesn't need to be viewed with any regularity, just stored for posterity. Don't know about you, but I sometimes like to look at old goals. It's not just an exercise in reflection, but also can be useful (as a reference point) in the planning & creation of new ones.

It'd be great if the Blogger platform would allow users to create another landing page that wasn't part of the posts or pages categories, which'd make the perfect place to store archival information.  Of course, since the Blogger platform has an essentially "flat" file structure, & that makes a construct like this much more difficult to bring into being, I'm not gonna hold my breath.  Just one more reason why it's important for technical people to consider the beauties of a UNIX-like file structure. :)

I realize I've probably lost half of my audience talking about UNIX. ;) Or maybe not.  There are a lot of geeks who run, and yes, I'm certainly one of them. :-D

There was supposed to be a point to this post. Now what was it again? ;) Oh yes, I was going to talk about the first step I'm taking today. Today is officially the start of me getting back into shape, after a long hiatus of battling with illness & injury. :) Just thought I'd officially announce it, since it's kind of a big deal. To me, anyhow.

OK, time to get out there & enjoy the sunshine. Later!


Abimars said...

Yay! thats me rooting for you

Jake Rosen said...

With you have the flexibility to have a more static page that and include that info with html, javascript or cascading css. Maybe at some point in the future you will entertain the idea of switching. They allow you to import posts and comments from blogger.

Just a thought.

Cyberpenguin said...

Aw, thanks, Abi!!! Hope your training's coming along well too.

Cyberpenguin said...

Hi Jake,
Thanks for the suggestion. Wordpress's features are certainly more advanced, but also seem to take a lot more time to configure. :) I set up a Wordpress blog a long time ago but haven't had the chance to migrate everything over & fully set it up. Hopefully, one of these days I'll find the time (& the patience!) to do that. :)

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