I appear to have lost the last five years of this blog’s content.
I shit you not.
I went to post something this morning, only to be faced with a less than helpful error message. Cue several hours of faffing about with technology I’m less than comfortable with using and a combination of curses and wishes. For the moment, this is all that remains of MacPsych.me.
Calm yourselves. It upset me too, at first.
I’m weighing up the benefits of importing a shed-load of old posts with the sheer drudgery of such a tasks. Similarly, I’m always attracted to fresh starts. But I had built up quite the following, which I’m sure was based on the content.
They can’t all have been charity visits, can they?
This neatly coincides with an early decision to reorganise the blog and move it back to a WordPress.com platform, avoiding all the shenanigans associated with hosting my own blog. Hilariously, my blog’s meltdown happened before I’d done the full back-up of posts. Hilariously.
Bear with me while I figure this out and decide what to do next.