Hello dear subscribers, some of you have been subscribed to this site for quite some time (or maybe only since yesterday) and it’s been a pleasure to have you here.
Starting July 15th this site will be offline for a yet-unknown period of time while I reexamine the future of this website and how it can best serve us both. From July 5th I’ll be unsubscribing you from this site if you:
- subscribed, but never wrote on your blog
- no longer have a website connected to your WordPress.com account
- have not updated your WordPress.com website since subscribing
- have never interacted with this site beyond subscribing.
This also means that before the 15th of July you have a window of opportunity. If you have a free WordPress.com website, reach out in the comments and tell me the one thing you wish you could change on your website that would make it work better for you. I’ll do my best to reply with an idea that you can put to use on your site. After 14 years on the WordPress.com platform there’s a lot of information tucked away in this head of mine and I’m happy to put it to use for you.
First time commenters are held in moderation and so your comment won’t appear until approved. If you’d rather not leave a public comment on this post, feel free to leave a message on my contact form (currently offline).
The emphasis here is on free WordPress.com websites. If you have any paid WordPress.com upgrade, well done for leveling up your website experience! You’ve got access to direct support by LiveChat or email when you post to the Support contact form or that big question mark in lower right corner of any page of your MySite dashboard.
Keep in mind I can’t turn back the clock and bring back features that WordPress.com has discontinued or will discontinue in the near future (like the Classic Editor in the MySite interface-I’m not Doc Brown and I don’t own a DeLorean).
If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything.
-Dr. Emmett Brown, Back to the Future