Wish I'd Said It

Weeds are flowers too - once you get to know them.

- A. A. Milne

Thursday, March 08, 2007

New Blogger

Yesterday it looked like I was locked out of the old Blogger and would, finally, be forced to switch over to the new version.

I don't do well with change, especially if said change involves technology. I've only recently gotten over my suspicion of matches, preferring for decades to rub two sticks together whenever I wanted to burn something.

Today, lo and behold! I am being allowed into the old Blogger dashboard thingy and am writing this there. However, I've decided to go ahead with the switch anyway. The tension is getting to me. Other folks who've made the change have assured me it isn't overly painful. They have hardly any reason to lie to me.

Stay tuned....

...Well I'll be darned.

It's now a mere 10 minutes later and I do believe I've made the switch! And...and...there's no blood on my keyboard! My fingernails are intact and my gibbering idiocy is no more pronounced than usual!


In your FACE Technology! I ain't askeered of you no more!

This is the most ept I've felt since I learned to make folders last year.


Anonymous said...

Your blog comes up as a mostly blank page on my computer now.

Ok.. I might be kidding ;) Looks just fine! :)

Frank Baron said...

I hate you q.


ZenJen~ said...


Kelster said...

Welcome to 2003, Frank ;)

Frank Baron said...

Thanks Jen. :)

Very funny Kels...very funny. :P

mogie222 said...

Ah yes, I remember the moment I realized the hundreds of items you'd written were all in one big file. Asking you to find a document was a bigger ordeal than the hunt for the Lindbergh baby. I had the honour of talking you through the creation of a folders; felt like I was talking down a student pilot. Q may have helped with that excercise, or at the least, shared my horror.

It was also me, along with Andie, who informed you you could both be in a chat room AND check your email. AT THE SAME TIME.

I wonder if I can claim you as a dependant on my taxes?
Those were fun days. You have provided much entertainment over the years. We've laughed hard at your expense, but let's not dwell on that point.

Thanks Frankie

Lori A. Basiewicz said...

Woohoo!!! Congratulations, Frank!

Frank Baron said...
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Frank Baron said...

Mog, there's no doot eh that you've been instrumental in the development of my latent techno-wizardry. Thanks. :)

And thank you too Lori. :)

Bernita said...

Same with me.
I just figured the blog gods smiled for once.

Frank Baron said...

Let's hope we can keep them happy Bernita. :)

Jessi said...

Congratulations! See, some things 'can' be painless.

(And I had to giggle at q's message, hehe)

Frank Baron said...

Thanks Jessi.

And please don't encourage q.... ;)