Previous Computer-Literate Challenges: Mastered

Some of the things I couldn't figure out how to do in the past, but have since mastered:

1. Make a list of bookmarks that actually showed up on my page. I spent a couple of hours one day organizing my blog into what I thought were bookmarks, so that if you wanted to follow a single strand of thought “homeschooling,” “strip clubs,” “teaching,” “God,” you could. However, when I went to look at the entry page, there was nothing. When I went back, there was nothing. I to this day do not know what I did wrong.

You will notice there is a list called “school stuff” that has my blogs on it. That's because I tried again a while ago and managed it. I don't know what I did differently, but I do know that blog-city had changed the software to make it easier. Thank you, Alan, et al.

2. Change my theme design so that it didn't look like all the others on blog-city. I tried this three or four times in the beginning, when blog-city and I were both new to blogging. I am not sure what finally got through my head. I think I just kept pushing new buttons until I finally figured out how to do what I wanted. Unlike some other bloggers on blog-city, I don't change it often. I liked the bright colors and still thought it was easy to read, so I left it alone.

However, I am the kind of person who moves the furniture around every 6 months (Well, I have been. I think I've found the optimal placement now, which means I won't move it again because then it will be less than optimal. Maybe we'll have to move. We have lived in this house longer than I have ever lived in a single place in my life.–3 years.), so I should be re-designing it soon. The real reason I haven't is that I am not sure I'll be able to figure it out again.