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Millions of students

Well, okay not millions, but with all of the students now back on campus it’s certainly much busier now after the calm of the last three months. I’m in one of the computer labs (about the only one that is open since the others are still being refurbished) and it’s bustling with activity for once.
The Firefox problem that I mentioned yesterday turned out not to be the fault of a broken profile, but of the mozcc extension. So there was probably no need for me to reset my profile. Oh well.
And after not far off 18 months I’ve taken down my WordPress test blog. I was starting to get a lot of spam over there and as I don’t really use it I didn’t see the point in installing some big fancy anti-spam system.

4 Comments

  1. …I didn’t see the point in installing some big fancy anti-spam system.

    Heh, says the MT user 😀

  2. Well, yeah, but at least I know my way around them. Installing one or more WP plugins would be another kettle of fish to learn and familiarise and it’s a lot of effort for just a test blog.
    Joe: Yes 🙂 . I installed it when MT 3.0D first came out because I was expecting to have to pay for it and I’d heard good things about WP. Turns out it isn’t really for me.

  3. I don’t like WP either. Prefer MT or Blogger, but find MT hard to set-up (knows very little about CGI)