One thing that made me especially happy as a kid was my father reading the newspaper. I would always sneak and twist the bottom of the pages, so I could see the cartoon of the day. Most of the time, this really annoyed him and he would end up handing me the entire page or giving up reading the newspaper, altogether.
THE STORIES OF MY COMPUTER
About a month ago, I realized that my first e-book, “The Stories of My Computer - Terra” needed an upgrade. It was originally published as a web-based e-book and it was just fine for reading in a computer browser. However, times have changed and the variety of mobile devices require a format adaptable to screens of any size. And thinking about the time, the “then” and the “now”, suddenly it hit me: “There’ve been 20 years since THEN!...”
If this picture doesn’t describe my mood right now, I don’t know what does. It’s like the more I want to simplify the running of my websites in the future, the more complicated the building process becomes at present time. Automation is “a hell of a drug”... (I just watched some Dave Chapelle oldies, for a break, you can say...)
After numerous hosting adventures involving cPanel, VPS, Wordpress and a few website builders, I finally found my perfect internet home. No more draining hours, days, weeks and months wasted on keeping up with software updates, glitches, and other technical maintenance. Here I am, with glasses and wild hair, in front of the computer screen. Still working on my 3 new websites and there's a lot do. But there's no end to patience, when it comes to what I like. So, I'm back in business, meaning doing what I'm supposed to be doing, being happy and creative... And bragging about it. Obviously...