The website redesign is proceeding on schedule. We will be converting from a multisite to a single site and letting the blog posts and landing pages shoulder the load that multisite previously carried.
The amount of work that has to go into conversion is massive, because categories have to be reordered. Currently there are 1,672 blog posts on this site and I am sorely tempted to shed all of that weight. We’ll need writing articles, fiction posts like Ryder, and maybe couple of other categories like recommended read and maybe recipes. We might cap the blog to the last couple of years because I seriously doubt anybody is reading our posts from 2013. Theoretically I would want to save some of it for personal use, because it’s almost a diary, but I am not sure how I would do that.
Once done, it will be worth it, because right now the website is a hairy mess.
The last couple of days have been kind of lousy because Kid 2 moved out in the middle of protests and a whole bunch of things that could have gone wrong did. But we are trying to get back on the horse.
The office is looking nice, although slightly empty. My plan is to carry an armload of books every time I walk to it, and slowly fill the shelves. Also I ordered two pretty bookcases for the office, which we desperately need. We were both happy with the bookshelves so I tried to order more. No dice. Not available until July 4th. I signed up to be notified when they are back in stock, but I must be somewhat stressed out because I was bitterly disappointed.
Of all things happening now, apparently bookcases are it for me. ::eye roll::
Well, I must call BFF Jeaniene, who is furiously working on the last Ian book and see if it did her in. Then it’s Ryder, and some kind of food cooking, website design review, and whatever else the day wants to throw at me. I woke up late and now I am very angry about 2 hours of work time I wasted sleeping. Heh.
Update: AC guys came. You know how Bug at some point says that something is some sort of wonderful whatthefuckery he has never seen before? That’s basically what they said. They took pictures and went back to their office.