ometimes I just like to experiment with picture and forget WordPress experiments. That’s what I’m doing today.
I started thinking that way yesterday, after I added a new contact form to my contact page. It was the same as my current contact page.
It occurred to me that a lot of these new blocks were nothing more than shuffling the deck again to see what rises to the top.
I looked at the calendar that I used. Same. I looked at the tag cloud. Same. I looked at the group of past posts. Same.
Good job, WordPressateers (They like another word, but I like mine better), you’ve managed to muddy the waters again.
In other words, don’t fix what ain’t broke. Unless… you have to your programmers something to do in order to keep employing them.
They say, follow the money. That’s where the trail leads to. On the other hand, they might not pay programmers properly. WordPress is always advertising for them,
What do you think? Should I apply? Think about it, me — not having any programming skills — could create havoc everywhere in the system. Your page could become my page. My page could become part of FEDEX’s page (They are a VIP client.) They’d probably pay me a lot of money to leave and deny I ever worked for them.
Obviously, my mood has improved.
rt. Once in my days in newspapering we had city editor who would walk around the picture desk looking for photographs for local pages.
He used say, “Art, art, art?” He sounded like a seal so I asked if he was one. Luckily, he had a good sense of humor and laughed.
Paybacks are hell. He waited until the last budget meeting — the meeting where we editors discussed what and where stories and art were going in the newspaper — then, he nailed me. I laughed.
And, paid him paid the next day.
This could have gotten out of hand if we weren’t adults. Or, where we?
I’ve almost written enough to not have to talk about this picture. Almost.
It’s layered. It’s enhanced. It’s tinkered with. And, I just published it.
I’d make a good politician.
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