Memory Pig

Is WordPress.com a memory pig?

No.  At least not under normal workflows.

I posted a couple of the old myspace blog files tonight (I put them under a password.  They are just for me).  The last time I played this game it was a TON easier than it is now.  I used to be able to type in the post date.  I can’t do that now.  I have to select the date from a calendar.  Not a big deal until you consider that the dates I was using were in January 2007 and I had to click back, one month at a time.  That’s a lot of clicks.  I’m not sure why, but the more months I clicked through, the more memory I was devouring.  By the time I got back to 2007 for the second time I had brought Google Chrome to its knees and I was frozen out of anything I tried.  I then switched to Apple Safari and again I got onto the second post before it was done.

That puts a bit of a damper on the whole myspace project.

Oh well.

One thought on “Memory Pig

  1. I’m glad you posted this because I couldn’t read any of the posts you posted last night. When it said to enter a password, I thought it was MY WordPress password. It seemed to accept it, actually, but I still could only read up to where it asked for a password. I was worried I wouldn’t be able to read any of your blog posts from now on! It’s a relief to know I’ll be able to.

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