Friday, June 11, 2010
"Ring Return and Update blog ... what?"
Note the absence of feeds on this relatively austere looking blog, and the fact that the link taking the visitor back to the rings that include MNC take him to the top of the first post on this miniblog, with the full code for the memberships being found at the foot of the blog, and a link back to the ring entry page for MNC being found right in the body of the post. There's nothing to miss, no matter how slowly the blog loads. Which I hope won't be too slowly.
Not that this is going to be a two post blog. There are a number of pages associated with Monday Never Comes, other than this blog, and there are readers who might want to follow just that blog, while perhaps not being as interested in anything else that I write. This small side blog will be written with those people in mind. On it, I will discuss, in greater detail, updates to the pages associated with MNC and only those pages, linking to this blog for more detail when those pages are mentioned on my social networking site update list, which can be reached via a few different pages (1 |
2). As a few dozen people have signed up for the Mybloglog communities for my soapbox (MNC) already, there might be some interest in this material.
Posted by Joseph Dunphy at 3:29 AM
If you entered my pages through the copy of the Webring entry page to be found on Webring Webspace or one of the other copies (1 | 2 | 3) for "Monday Never Comes" - and the Webring system is working properly, displaying all navbars - then you should see the navbar for your ring at the foot of this page. If you entered elsewhere, you need to go to the local ring return page for Monday Never Comes, of which copies can be found on Webring Webspace and elsewhere (1 | 2 | 3 | 4).
If anybody passing by this point should not be motivated enough to scroll down for a page to get to your ringcode, he can bypass all of that hardship with a click, maybe. No promises. Being lazy can be hard work.
Posted by Joseph Dunphy at 2:11 AM