Delete this Blog
That was my attempt at a take on Steal This Book, not sure if that was clear. Anyway, not that I’m complaining, but this is blog post #2 for me today. I somehow managed to erase my first post, which was all written and ready to go. What did I do? I’m not sure. Because I happen to be slightly stubborn, I’m blaming it on the fact that I upgraded to a new browser today, which has different controls than the previous and therefore had some feature on it that automatically deletes blogs. OK, I know that’s not true, and I’m being a bit ironic/hypocritical/whichever adjective fits here, because just yesterday I wrote a post on how the only way to survive in today’s world is to always adapt to change, including new technology.
Because of that, I can’t get really blame my browser for the blog mishap. After all, if I’d taken the time to understand all of the features beforehand perhaps I’d have a post already written. In any case, there’s too much work to be done and too many real technologies to write and talk about for me to lament over what was unexpectedly lost this morning.
Instead, I’ll put my focus on our website design and development, video production, 2D and 3D animation, search engine marketing (SEM), virtual medical simulation, and medical marketing services. I also know for sure that I’ll be thinking of, at some point, our new AppleSavvy division, which offers Flash conversion and iPad and iPhone friendly development services. Already I’m starting to forget about the blog post that disappeared.
I just have to remember not to forget completely. I certainly don’t want to be in the same position tomorrow, everything written and ready to be published when I accidentally hit the blog delete button. I’m just kidding there’s no such feature. Or is there??