You will notice that things have changed. Remarks on the previous design varied from “beautiful” to analysis of the picture as having unconscious personal meaning! The need for the new format has nothing to do with the previous aesthetic. Rather, there was a need for things to be arranged in more practical way. Currently things are easier to find and the placement of some elements helps to remove some ambiguity.
I am using WordPress as the engine behind this blog. WordPress is powerful and with such power there comes complexity and a steep learning curve. I want to add features to make this blog more practical and in itself more powerful and, at the same time, making things easier for you, the reader.
Please bear with me as I fumble through this process.
Now some comments about comments — there are two kinds of places on a page with the word “comments”.
(1) Commenting on a post. Under each post is a line which looks like this: