Sunday, September 03, 2006

Open the pod bay door, HAL

Matt has just emailed to tell me that posted comments aren't showing up.

Why, O why did I not, in my jetlagged delirium, realise that "beta" blogger is indeed beta, and buggy as hell?

Try posting anonymous comments, rather than logging in with your blogger address — this may work. But tell me who you are.

Ah, this is no fun at all.

Yours, with a big sigh, and crossed fingers,
Pluvialis x

9 comments:

pluvialis said...

Update: this seems to be the problem: one can't post comments using one's "old" blogger identity; only using a google identity. Simple, huh? So if any of you have gmail accounts or google identities, feel free to sign in with them.

Otherwise, join me in a round of cursing, and COMMENT using the "OTHER" or "ANONYMOUS" identities. Anyone can do this.

This is driving me mad!

Anonymous said...

Please don't go mad, Pluvialis - it's all designed to teach us humility.
Jake, almost anonymous

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jakeallsop2003 said...

Finally, Jake testing to see if I can get published as my usual id

Anonymous said...

This is only a test. No actual humor included.

Anonymous said...

I have never been anonymous in my life!

I'm HEIDI!

Just wanted to let you know that I can't wait to see those English clouds again. Sure it can seem oppressive to have the sky hovering so close but it's so special. I couldn't put my finger on it the first time I was there. The light in Ontario is just a little bit more harsh.

The sky in Florider is amazing. I'd like to experience Florider with my eyes up all the time.

Pluvialis said...

Hello HEIDI! And sorry about not emailing you yet. I shall, soon.

I agree that British skies seem oppressive after a long while in big sky country; but you know, it is good to have the sky hovering so close that your head brushes through it when you walk. I've never seen a FL sky. All I know of Florida is from TV programmes, and everything's kind of airbrushed, there. What are the skies like there?

Matt Mullenix said...

Florida skies are a lot like Louisiana skies except they are narrower and extend much further into the Gulf of Mexico.

They are also retired.

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