Technologically Inept, part 2 1/2
Somehow, I managed to write over my post, Shameless Self-Promotion. When you click on the link, it takes you to my post about insignificant peeves.
There was a blank “Add New Post” page staring at me on the screen and I used it.
Next thing I know, the comments for Shameless Self-Promotion and the likes were there, but not the original wording.
Just like most technological mistakes I make, I have absolutely no idea how I did that — nor can I blame this one on the cat.
Had I saved that post, I could have recreated it. If I do manage to find a way to retrieve or recreate, I’ll not make the same mistake again…
…At least not this month.
Perhaps the universe thought it was too soon to advertise, but I doubt this little fractal of the universal thought is considered that important.
It’s frightening that I find it easier to use a pogo stick and walk on stilts than navigate WordPress. Why the universe thinks it’s important that I remember how to do something that insignificant is a mystery.
It’s time to go to my Sunday scrabble game with my SIL. No technology, just pieces of wood with letters on them, a game board, and a scrabble dictionary.
Oh…and we keep the score on paper…by hand.
Yes, that’s one thing I can do without a computer, add the scrabble score. It’s enough to know that these days many people need a computer to add two numbers together.
If there’s an apocalypse, at least I’ll know how to give back exact change, and walk on stilts.