Amazing — this blog has been in existence for less than 24 hours and I’m averaging about 1 spam comment per hour!
These are all replies to my first post, and all of them are clearly computer-generated, and not responsive to the post content.
I’ve naturally marked them as spam, but other than automated spam filtering I’m mostly curious as to what’s the point. Are these <people> just trying to get links into Google’s search database, or is there some more nefarious intentipon? None, so far, have asked me to click on links.
OK, so I think I’ve caught all the broken links. If you find any, please let me know!
WordPress is definitely easier than hand coding, but it’s going to take quite a while to master getting it to look *exactly* like I want it (and yes, I realize that blogging is already >10 years past its sell-by date). It’ll be interesting to see how my content development evolves (i.e., how lazy I am!).
Sadly, my long time web host (TMX) is going out of business at the end of this year — the DDoS attacks got to be too much for poor Bob.
So now Harmonic Appliances is on Web Hosting Hub, with this here fancy blogging software to relieve me of my old HTML hand coding (part of the reason HA has been updated so infrequently over the years — even though TMX offered free WordPress, it came along after I ‘designed’ the original site). I’m going to keep the hand coded site available at the “Harmonic Appliances Classic” link, but I’ll also be experimenting with integrating the content into this WordPress interface with individual menu items for individual projects.
I’ll probably never be a regular blogger (even monthly seems unlikely), but now that I’m in my last few years of the day gig I do expect to get a lot busier with musical pursuits, and I just might have something to say about them…