Today I’m thinking about what to do with our website. For the last many years it has chronicled our travels, and there’s been a logical way to organize all of its content. But now we’re settled in one place it seems like the new stuff I’m producing is going to be more and more like a blog. So I’m going to school to learn how to use all of the power available in WordPress so I can make better use of that rapidly evolving medium. Figured out how to regain the formatting of the blog banner – got it back. Then imported themes from WordPress to try something different. Then decided to move my blog from our website to WordPress to take advantage of all of its functionality. Figured out how to do that and gave the blog a new look.
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