Four Month Checkup

Well, I’ve gone quite some time without updating the software that runs the core of this site, so I’ve decided to update some of the behind-the-scenes stuff this weekend. There shouldn’t be any noticeable changes, but if you see text on the site where it normally doesn’t belong or if the search features don’t work, be patient. I’m workin’ on it. Goodbye WordPress v2.1.2, it’s been good.

Updated 7/29/2007 @ 1:58pm: Welcome WordPress v2.2.1. 

Everything looks to be running smoothly save for the ‘previous entries’ button at the bottom of the page but that hasn’t worked in months. I’ll work on that, but this update has gone surprisingly well.


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