Tuesday 15 May 2018
For those of you who usually read my blog on The Diary of a Country Bumpkin, I am trying some computer whizkiddery, which as I am writing has all the look of an experiment about to fail dramatically. As you will know my knowledge of computer stuff is pretty thin on the ground as this experiment is about to prove.
Now please don't laugh when I describe my thought pattern for today's little experiment as, to me at least it contains perfectly logical and reasoned argument for it's success. When one takes part in the daily word prompt, which I do on my other blog, one is encouraged to insert a piece of text in the blog, although when I reviewed it just before starting to blog, it appeared to ask for the text to be inserted in the HTML tag of the post editor, which I in my ignorance just stuck it at the start of the blog and hoped for the best.
I was under the impression that the piece of text was a "ping thingy," which would work rather in the fashion of World War Two Sonar, which was used to detect enemy submarines by pinging back the sound when the submarine was detected. Assuming this to be the case, I attempted to apply logic to the situation and place the "ping thingy text," in my other blog, Joe Wells, of whom it has been said, in an effort to assist people to locate it, although should that happen I don't want to be attacked with depth charges as in the war.
Assuming anyone receives this blog, there will be some who will be laughing out loud as to my foolishness in thinking this plan had a hope in hell of working, but as they say, if you don't try, you don't get. The thing that makes me think this is doomed to failure is the fact that as I am typing the text is being highlighted which doesn't normally happen and this is my second go at this as I noticed when I started it was perhaps, not going to plan.
The original idea was to be able to blog on each site on alternate days thereby saving me valuable time and effort, but I'm rather worried that my efforts may have damaged this blog irreparably, should that have happened so I can no longer use this blog it would have halved the amount of effort I was putting into blogging, but not in quite the way I had intended.
Right, I've wasted enough time on something that seems doomed to failure, but should this work, please consider this to be my effort for pedigree, although I fear the result may not be pedigree material.