I updated my web sight software last night. Now it looks good in IE and Firefox (the pretty white background only worked in IE before). At least, I think its all working better. If you happen to come across a page that looks wrong, or a link that doesn’t work, please let me no (sew I can make it write) buy sending me a massage from the contact form. My theory with site design is the same as with righting in general: thee more people that reed it, the less you knead to double check yourself. Blog subscribers are like thousands of ades all working together to edit my gaffs (too much?). And since they’re are 15% moore readers now than too months ago, shouldn’t that mean my posts are 15% more perfect?
Well, not according to my mother, who recently sent me an email with about 10 different homonym misuses. “Merry” Poppins, “Plain” of motion, kicking my “feat”, etc. (I just finished reading Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, and now I have the urge to use “etc.” and “and so on”. And to start sentences with “and” or “so”.) Come on people! As much as I would like to claim that these blunders were all purposeful acts of wit, they are obviously mistakes that the thousands of weekly ‘editors’ should pick up! Right?
OK, maybe I need to reread my posts before I hit ‘publish’, but there’s always a hurry to go eat, stretch, train, sleep, write a second sarcastic post in one day…
And so on.