I spent most of this week on a voyage of discovery — nifty metaphor, that — which ended with A Catholic Citizen in America finally complying with Electronic Frontier Foundation’s dream of personal freedoms and online civil liberties.
In other words, this blog and my Brendan’s Island website are now reasonably secure. Which is nice.
And you should be able to make comments and/or ‘like’ recent posts here. That hasn’t been possible for months. I’m not entirely sure why, and don’t know if my actions this week fixed whatever the glitch was. But my oldest daughter, who lives in another state, tried commenting and liking — and both worked.
So I’m a happy camper. Or a hopeful one, at any rate.
Now I’m looking for something to say that’ll be ready by Saturday. Or, rather, that’s what I’ll be doing as soon as I do the usual links to more stuff:
- “I’ll be Back, or, Resolving Technical Issues (Maybe)”
(May 3, 2022)
- “Mostly Good News: New Computer For Me”
(April 21, 2022)
- “Norbert Nerdly Rides Again: Keyboard Concerns”
(April 2, 2022)
- “Brain Defogging, Technical Issues, and Me”
(March 22, 2022)