Putting up a little URL-icon turned out to be a lot easier than I thought it would. The original iteration looked too much like Iomega’s corporate logo, though, so I changed it.
I always thought web page creation was a complicated and difficult endeavor, but now that I’ve actually gotten off my duff and started in on it, I’m surprised how much easier it was than I thought. Of course, I got some good software to do most of the hard work for me, and that did make a difference.
Thinking seriously about buying the upgrade to Fusion 9. On the one hand, it’s got a lot of new features that I know I would use. On the other hand, though, it is still over $100 even at the upgrade price. I guess all those years of using Commodore computers, where $40 was about the top price anyone asked for software, conditioned me to think software should be cheap.
Hah, hah, and double hah, right? At least as far as “buy it in the box at the store” software is concerned, at any rate. Thank goodness for shareware, freeware and open source. And a big thank you to the many contributors to this wonder that is WordPress, too. I just wish I knew more about what I was doing. 😀Hope you'll recommend my posts via your favorite social media. Just don't copy the material as your own.