It's only been 3 weeks since my last post, but already I feel as if I haven't written as much as I should have. What's been happening is that I've been working on some behind-the-scenes site updates (ie: programming) to make the blog much easier to update, and updatable from a computer that isn't my own.
All this time I've been updating the site using a rather manual process which can only be done from my own PC. It's worked for me so far, but throughout BEDA and the last month I found myself in situations where I wanted to write something but was very far away from my computer. Other computers were on hand which I could've used, but the way things were, it just wasn't possible.
I had hoped to implement these changes rather quickly, but as history has proved again and again, any updates I want to make are never completed quickly. Some of the updates are in effect, but there are still a lot of kinks that need to be worked out. So for this seemingly-apologetic post, I've continued to use the old way of posting.
And, for the remainder of the week, I'll write-up several posts about the many things I wanted to write about from the last couple of weeks, but kept holding-off on doing because I wanted to write them after I had updated the site.