Dusting Cobwebs: Or, the Internet is Constantly Becoming Obsolete

I’ve put it off for over a week, ever since I last faced the ancient web site…the ancient software needed to update it. Over a decade ago, I grabbed the best solution available to build a text site for a shoestring nonprofit run by a nationally respected visionary. They wanted fast downloads on already obsolete machines, on dial up systems. They wanted more text than most people could imagine. They wanted it easy on the eyes.

People still go to it, despite its age. Its most valuable commodity needs updating. That has been what I’ve been up to, in the dark hours. Once again, perhaps for the last time, I go to update www.UniversalLivingWage.org.

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Nine White Horses, Part IV

Part the Last of the story of Charlemagne’s horse, Charlemagne’s page, and nine white horses. Part I Part II Part III Tencendur carried him straight to the villa and into the courtyard, and there removed him with a deft duck, … Continue reading