Ok, yesterday went from my intention to get dev&deploy process running into unexpected negotiations with the web space. It appeared with a problem of my Firefox totally messed up, after I (flippantly )allowed it to upgrade to version 30…which was an downgrade actually, at least in some regards — The add-on bar got removed as well as many of my customizations( also done with add-ons) got grossly broken.
Well, that is nothing but a trial of endurance — that which distinguish the frightened coward losers from reasonable men.(..was what I said to myself after taking many deep breaths.)
Whimpering about the ‘blind jump of hope‘ upgrade and this “more secure and faster” bright image policy by which the Foundation is foisting the dubious updates, I swiftly approached the havoc by installing Status-4-Evar addon, which recreates the age-old status bar capabilities. I pushed the buttons that unwelcomely (been )moved into the address bar right back into this brand shiny status field where they belong. Disabling some plugins and a few restarts solved( fairly reasonably) other disturbances so was I ready to view, research( with Diigo highlights) and organize theh webz in a consistent flow again.
The other thin(kin)g was, the night before I decided to start a blog to track my daily progress and success(es) with a several words summary. So here I am, picking the most easy-to-use and bullet-fast, yet flexible( unlike Twitter or over-simplifications alike) publishing platform — The great WordPress. Pondering about the domain( name)s and (visual )themes, I skimmed through settings wizard to the first post. This writting I expected to take me minutes was like 3( or 4) hours composition, the result feeling mostly satisfying, though gosh! I must learn to be more concise!
At least I have our web presence (somewhat )covered from both ends now. 😉
code today, tomorrow will bring some, sure thing.