Friday, May 04, 2012
BlogSpot is Broken
Last week something just awful
happened. Okay-not as bad as a bombing
or Octomom deciding to declare bankruptcy and parade around naked because she
has no money to support her 14 freakin’ kids without a father, but awful just
I’m sure anyone who saw my post from last
week and then the disclaimer realizes it:
BlogSpot decided to “improve” itself.
What the heck??? I tried and tried, but I can’t find a way to
get my paragraphs in and show that there are indeed paragraphs! Another blogging friend Dave said he had the
same problem, but I re-checked and he finally got it to work.
I have obviously not. I’ve sent word directly to
Google/BlogSpot. I hunted around and
somehow got on some “Help” board and asked a question (absolutely worthless, no
“help” was offered). I tried the
template section and all sorts of other things and nothing has worked!
If I didn’t hear that others are
experiencing the same difficulty, I’d chalk it up to my technically challenged
demeanor. Thankfully, this isn’t the
This is frustrating. Why do various sites feel the need to improve
on a situation that isn’t in need of change?
It was bad enough that I never got the hang of posting pictures and that
it took the pity of a person who did sites for a living to get my “favorites”
off to the left. Of course, I’m thinking
that the disappearance of that information is one of the other “defects” of
Yes, I’m angry about this, yes I’m ready
to say-maybe I’ll try wordpress or some other blogosphere-but how do I know if
that will be any better???
Dave, the blogger friend who figured out
the paragraph situation will hopefully see my plea and send some hints-but he
did mention here last week that these changes were making him think it was time
to retire his blog.
I hope not, I enjoy reading his musings!
BLOGSPOT I WANT YOU TO READ THIS: YOU WEREN’T BROKE, WHY DID YOU FEEL THE NEED
TO FIX “THINGS” AND FRUSTRATE US ALL????