My New Site

Since I wrote in January that WordPress Is Destroying This Blog, describing the problems that followed from the strange fact that WordPress suddenly no longer updated, supported or maintained my “theme”, K2-lite, and how this seems to me to be breach of contract, some functions that were then lost have somehow been restored, and also by measures of my own, such as removing images from the sidebar, i.e., by simply discontinuing my use of other functions that no longer worked as they should, it has been possible to continue to use the blog and not necessary to publish instead on the new Wix site I then created. I will keep the new site however, which, being more expensive, is far more technologically advanced, and continue to transfer posts to it, since recourse to it may still be necessary if K2-lite starts deteriorating further, but I have now removed the link to it in the sidebar.

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